Idaho Retirement Information

Idaho has a casual, outdoorsy lifestyle that draws retirees. World renowned fly-fishing in the Snake River and excellent trout fishing are a fisherpersons heaven. There is easy access to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

Boise has a philharmonic orchestra, ballet and opera company, and a number of well-regarded art museums.

Living In Idaho

The four seasons are distinct in all parts of Idaho, but not simultaneous and varies according to season and place.

The temperature of the entire state varies according to elevation and latitude. The hottest part of the state isSouthern Idaho where they have an average annual high temperature of 55 degrees F. Northern Idaho is colder with average annual low temperature of 35 degrees F.
Tornadoes None
Thunderstorms None
Hurricanes None
Earthquakes Extremely Rare
Wildfires Rare
Flooding No
Tidal Surges None
Mud Slides Rare
Volcanoes None
Snow Snowfall distribution is affected both by availability of moisture and by elevation. Annual snowfall totals in North Idaho have reached nearly 500 inches in the past. The average is 43 inches of snow per year.
Freezing Rain Yes
Cold Winds Yes
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