The weather for the area ranges from a nice warm average high temperature in summer months of between 75-85 degrees with peak temperatures rarely exceeding 95 degrees. The evenings and nighttime temperatures are always nice and cool. The winter months in Grace generally range from a high of 45 to a maximum low temperature of -10. Precipitation averages fourteen (14) inches annually and the total annual snowfall averages fifty-three (53) inches.
The area often has wet springs followed by mild summers and falls. Unless a storm is moving through, the humidity is rather low and the air is very comfortable. The prevailing winds come from the southwest. Grace is consistently the warmest of all the communities in Caribou County and its citizens can grow a variety of garden crops including corn, tomatoes and squash.
The cold snowy winter months and the warm summer months provide for a great variety of recreational opportunities including, snowmobiling, skiing, sledding, snowboarding, skating, fishing, camping, hunting, golfing, water skiing, 4 Wheeling and hiking.