This paper deals with the statistical properties of short time creep rupture characteristic values (for example, creep rupture time, steady state creep rate, total creep rate, initial strain, etc.) in STS304 stainless steels. From short time creep rupture tests performed by constant stresses at three different elevated temperatures 600, 650 and 700, the scatter and probability distributions were investigated for rupture time, total creep rate, steady state creep rate, initial strain, and others. The effect of temperature on the statistical scatter of rupture time was the smallest at 700. The effect of stress on the statistical scatter of rupture time was smaller with increasing stresses. The probability distributions of short time creep rupture data were well followed 2-parameter Weibull.