Being a capital city Oklahoma City experiences a large number of footfalls annually. Visitors from all around the world come to experience the attractions and excitement the city has to offer. The city shares its boundary with Canadian, Cleveland and Pottawatomie countries where you will find refreshing countryside. The economy of the city is a oil based one, with travel and tourism contributing more to it.
The climate of the city is more of temperate with humid and subtropical nature. Usually the weather is constantly fluctuating except for the summer months, which are hot but consistent. Summers are helped by the blowing of winds from the south or southeast directions, which makes the weather hotter and humid. The winter months can get intensely cold, thanks to the winds from the northern side of the country.
As far as the temperature is concerned the city has an average temperature of 60.2°F. The winter months averages a temperature of 36.7°F and summer month's records an average of 82°F in July. As far as the precipitation is concerned the city receives a healthy 35.9 inches of rainfall annually. The snowfall is also evident here from the fact that the city receives 8.6 inches snowfall annually.
It is advised to the visitors to be careful while visiting in the months of March to August. These months' experiences maximum tornados and thunder showers. This city is the most tornado prone city of United States. The city authorities maintain all the relevant precautionary measures during the tornado months.