Chihuahua has many different climates, but is dominated by BSk.
|Cold semi-arid climates||109||BSk||Cuauhtémoc, Hidalgo del Parral, Nuevo Casas Grandes, Casas Grandes, Gomez Farias|
|Hot semi-arid climates||41||BSh||Chihuahua, Camargo, Jiménez, Aldama, Sauz Gordo (Tellechea)|
|Cold desert climates||40||BWk||Ciudad Juárez, Villa Ahumada, Progreso (Loma de Cruz), El Porvenir, El Faro|
|Hot desert climates||37||BWh||Delicias, Meoqui, Santo Niño, Manuel Benavides, Saucillo|
|Warm-summer Mediterranean climate||29||Csb||San Rafael, Cusarare, Creel, San Juanito, San José Babícora|
|Hot-summer Mediterranean climate||19||Csa||Batopilas, Cerocahui, El Pinacate, Moris, Chinipas|
The climate in Cuauhtémoc is referred to as a local steppe climate. During the year there is little rainfall. This climate is considered to be BSk according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. In Cuauhtémoc, the average annual temperature is 14.3 °C | 57.7 °F. The rainfall here is around 461 mm | 18.1 inch per year.
Hidalgo del Parral
The climate here is considered to be a local steppe climate. There is little rainfall throughout the year. The climate here is classified as BSk by the Köppen-Geiger system. In Hidalgo del Parral, the average annual temperature is 17.6 °C | 63.6 °F. In a year, the rainfall is 540 mm | 21.3 inch.