The weather in Huntsville is much like the weather any place in Texas: hot and unpredictable at times. For the most part, it is hot in the late spring and summer, and cold in the winter and early spring. The weeks surrounding spring break can be very sporadic. It can rain cats and dogs for a couple hours, only to be sunny and mid-summer-like a few hours later.
When summer comes, temperatures hit the upper 90s and can be humid for much of the time. In the fall, the weather stays pretty warm, and you can usually still wear shorts through Halloween and Thanksgiving. When the winter comes, the temperatures drop into the 40s, and in recent winters, it has even snowed on occasion. Spring is when the most fluctuant weather comes about. One day it will start out in the upper 70s to low 80s, rain for a while, then drop into the 50s when the sky clears up. The campus doesn’t ever really flood, considering everything is on a hill. Whenever there is inclement weather, the school will close and will not resume classes until the University president deems it safe to stay on campus. Overall, the weather isn’t bad if you’re prepared.