Llano experiences a climate of hot summers and mild winters. Temperatures often break 100 degrees on summer days and rarely drop below freezing in the winter. The city receives trace amounts of snow in the winter. The month of May receives the most rain during the year with an average of 4 inches. October averages about 3 inches of rain. January averages the least amount of precipitation at about 1 inch.
Daily Summer Temperature: 84.5 degrees Fahrenheit
Daily Winter Temperature: 52.2 degrees
Yearly Snowfall: Less than 1 inch
Yearly Rainfall: 27.6 inches
Average Relative Humidity: 85 percent average in the mornings, 60 percent in the afternoons
Wind: 9-11 mph
Source of Income
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 60 percent of the income in Llano is earned from wages. Three percent of the population is self-employed. Investments and retirement account for 23 percent of the income, while 12 percent of residents collect Social Security. People collecting public assistance and SSI in the area account for 2 percent of the population.
According to 2016 U.S. Census data, educational services and health care and social assistance lead all Llano industries in the number of jobs in the city. Llano has 1,323 people employed in the city at 820 businesses across all industries. The educational services and health care and social assistance industries account for 274 jobs and 20.7 percent of all jobs in the city. The next largest industries are arts, entertainment, and recreation and accommodation and food services at 216 (16.3 percent); retail trade, 205 (15.5 percent); public administration, 120 (9.1 percent); and construction, 112 (8.5 percent).