The combination of humidity and seasonal temperatures make the springtime a warm and enjoyable time to visit Port Aransas. Unlike other parts of the country, the spring season doesn’t typically bring a lot of rain, making it an ideal place to head outside and explore the neighborhood. Since late spring kicks off tourist season, it’s a great time of year for visitors who are looking for interesting things to do.
Port Aransas weather is typically pleasant all year round, with lows reaching the low 50s in winter and highs stretching to the mid to high 90s in summer. No matter when you visit you can expect minimal rain and plenty of sunshine. Be advised summertime is Hurricane Season in the Gulf of Mexico, use the resources below to stay in the know on inclement weather and more.
No matter when you plan on traveling to Port Aransas, stay in one of our luxurious, family-friendly condos at the Sandpiper Condominiums. When you book your vacation rental with us, you will enjoy being just steps away from the beach and all the local entertainment options the island has to offer. Visiting in the colder months? We have you covered. Take a dip in our heated outdoor pool and hot tub or stay indoors and spend some time playing games with the family in our spacious and stylish lobby. Our friendly staff will help you find and book your perfect vacation rental. You can use the resources below to stay in the know on the weather in the area and more.
Best Time to Visit the Texas Gulf Coast
Depending on what you are looking to do and just how much hot weather you can handle may determine when exactly you want to visit the Gulf Coast. The most ideal times for moderate temperatures and relatively low humidity are springtime (February-May) and fall/winter (October-late December). June-August are typically the hottest months of the year annually. Nevertheless, no matter when you decide to visit, you are sure to enjoy all that Port Aransas and Mustang Island have to offer! Read on for a full break down of what you can expect from each season in Port Aransas: