Statistics

Climate and Weather Conditions


Month Average Precipitation Average Highs (F) Average Lows (F)
January 3.94" 34.6 21.8
February 4.18" 38.2 25.8
March 1.92" 47.6 27.7
April 1.77" 58.2 33.9
May 2.44" 68.6 41.3
June 1.98" 75.9 48.0
July 0.71" 85.5 52.4
August 1.23" 84.9 51.9
September 0.94" 75.6 45.0
October 1.96" 61.4 37.3
Novemeber 2.77" 44.8 30.3
December 3.85" 37.4 26.3
Kootenai County residents enjoy four distinct seasons throughout the year. The region receives an average annual rainfall of 26 inches and an average annual snowfall of 50 inches with approximately 142 sunny days.

There are approximately 120 frost-free days in Kootenai County, with the last frost ending mid-May and the first beginning mid-September.

Temperatures are slightly cooler overall north of the city of Coeur d'Alene, especially in the winter and spring months when the warming effects of Lake Coeur d'Alene are most pronounced.

Population


Location 2014 (est) 2006
Coeur d'Alene 47,912 42,613
Hayden 13,870 12,255
Post Falls 29,896 22,926
Kootenai County 147,326 138,093
State of Idaho 1,634,464 1,466,465
United States 318,900,000 299,398,484
Idaho was the fifth fastest growing state in the 1990s, and Kootenai County was the third fastest growing county in Idaho. Rapid growth has continued from 2000 to present.