The Enid, OK metro area is located in northeastern Oklahoma, on the edge of the Great Plains and 70 miles north of Oklahoma City. Enid is one of the smaller metros in the United States and is comprised of Garfield county.
The many benefits of living in the Enid metro include strong economy, sunny and affordability.
Some disadvantages of the Enid metro area include poor health, few recreational options, harsh winters and hot summers.
The annual BestPlaces Comfort Index for the Enid metro area is 7.2 (10=best), which means it is about average compared to other places in Oklahoma. May, September and October are the most pleasant months while July and August are the least comfortable months.
In the Enid metro area, there are 4 comfortable months with high temperatures in the range of 70-85 degrees. The most pleasant months of the year for the Enid metro area are May, October and September. July is the hottest month for the Enid metro area with an average high temperature of 94.3 degrees, which ranks it as warmer than most places in Oklahoma. January has the coldest nighttime temperatures for the Enid metro area with an average of 23.4 degrees. This is colder than most places in Oklahoma.
The annual rainfall of 34.2 inches in the Enid metro area means that it is drier than most places in Oklahoma. The wettest season is Autumn with 33% of yearly precipitation and 11% falls in Spring, which is the driest season. June is the wettest month in the Enid metro area with 5.0 inches of rain, and the driest month is January with 1.1 inches.
The humidity is usually acceptable in the Enid metro area but some summer months can be sticky or muggy. July is the most humid month, though humidity is low for most of the year. July, August and June are the three most uncomfortably humid months in the Enid metro area.
An annual snowfall of 10.1 inches in the Enid metro area means that it is snowier than most places in Oklahoma. January is the snowiest month in the Enid metro area with 3.1 inches of snow, and 4 months of the year have significant snowfall.