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About Oak Harbor
Oak Harbor, Washington is a beautiful waterfront city. The Irish arrived in Oak Harbor in the 1850s, and are credited with spurring the growth and prosperity of Oak Harbor by their fishing and farming. The city was named for the Garry Oak trees that are in abundance here. The Naval Air Station Whidbey Island was built nearby in 1942. Whidbey Island Race Week is held each July here, and is among the top 20 yachting regattas in the world. Summer is cool in Oak Harbor, with average temperatures in the 50s. August is the warmest month of the year, with an average temperature of 66.60 degrees. Winter temperatures often dip into the 40s. January is the coldest month of the year here, with an average temperature of 34.7 degrees. The average annual precipitation in Oak Harbor is 20.24 inches. November is the rainiest month of the year, with an average rainfall of 3.06 inches.