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Widespread Showers in the Mid-Atlantic

Widespread showers and some thunderstorms from Ian may produce isolated flash flooding in the central Appalachians into the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England through the weekend. Hazardous conditions persist along portions of the East coast. Showers, thunderstorms, and high elevation snow are possible across the Central/Southern Rockies and into the Great Basin. Read More >

National Weather Service - Denver/Boulder, Colorado

Denver Area Normals & Extremes for March

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December

Date Normal High Record High Year Set Record Warmest Minimum Year Set   Normal Low Record Low Year Set Record Coldest Maximum Year Set   Maximum Precipitation Year Set Maximum Snowfall Year Set

1

50

74

2008

48

1882   23

-7

1922

14

1912   0.76 1940 6.7 1940

2

50

74

2022^

47

1946   23

-7

1960

11

1943   0.42 1964 5.0 1964

3

51

76

1921

47

2009   24

-8

1960

6

2019   0.67 1957 7.8 1963

4

51

76

2009

47

1925^   24

-5

2019

15

2019^   1.04 1992 7.8 1981

5

52

76

1910

44

1929   24

-5

1989

15

1945   2.68 1983 18.0 1983

6

52

75

1972

45

1972   25

-7

1943

6

1920   1.32 1990 11.6 1990

7

53

72

1879

43

1879   25

-2

1971^

20

1932   0.36 1998 4.4 1969

8

53

74

1989

45

1986   25

-2

1969

13

1932   0.51 1992 6.6 1992

9

53

77

1989^

43

1936   26

-5

1932

15

1932   0.40 2013 5.8 1992

10

54

79

1989^

44

1991   26

-3

1932

6

1948   1.07 1977 7.7 1977

11

54

79

1900

52

1918   26

-5

1948

9

1932   0.66 1886 4.8 1924

12

55

75

1916

46

1918   27

-8

1880

4

1880   0.52 1929 9.3 1929

13

55

74

2012^

50

1935   27

-10

1880

12

1880   0.64 2019 7.2 2021

14

56

78

1935

54

1908   27

-10

1880

8

1895   2.28 2021 19.9 2021

15

56

79

2015

52

1908   28

-8

1880

19

1880   0.67 1983 6.4 1983

16

56

81

2015

56

1908   28

-4

1880

14

1906   0.34 1872 3.7 1958

17

57

76

2012

47

1921^   28

-6

1892

18

1906   0.60 1933 4.2 1906

18

57

82

1907

48

1921   28

-2

1965

12

1965   1.53 2003 9.7 1961

19

57

81

1907

52

1907   29

-5

1906

13

1927   0.74 2020 6.0 2020

20

58

80

1907

52

1907   29

1

1965^

24

1913   1.56 1905 9.0 1952

21

58

78

1995

54

1907   29

0

1912

20

1952   1.38 1944 17.3 1944

22

58

79

2004

47

1945^   29

-3

1952

11

1898   0.58 1984 5.8 1984

23

58

77

2017

45

1945^   30

1

1898

19

1965   1.20 1909 13.1 2016

24

59

76

1896

50

1908   30

-3

1965

18

1965   1.23 1909 13.8 1909

25

59

75

2012^

50

1907^   30

-2

1996

14

1955   1.39 1959 12.4 1959

26

59

84#

1971

48

1878   30

-4

1955

14

1888   0.63 2009 11.3 1899

27

59

78

1988

52

1895   30

-5

1899

15

1931   0.71 1879 6.1 1886

28

59

83

1963

50

1895   31

-11*

1886

15

1886   1.11 1992 5.4 1981

29

60

79

1967^

53

1967^   31

2

1886

23

1987   0.91 1891 9.2 1891

30

60

82

2010

49

1913   31

10

1987

25

1954   0.93 1953 8.4 1953

31

60

81

2012

53

1893   31

5

1954^

21

1899   1.03 1876 9.0 1891

 

The Normal High and Low Temperatures are calculated from 1991-2020 data.

The Temperature Extremes range from 1872-Present

^ - Also in Previous Years

# - Highest Temperatures of the Month:  84° on 3/26/1971

* - Lowest Temperature of the Month:  -11° on 3/28/1886

- The March Mean Temperature is 41.6° (from 1991-2020 data)

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872 thru December 1948, then at the Stapleton Airport Office from

January 1950 thru February 1995, then at Denver International Airport from March 1995 to Present.

 

Updated: 6/24/2021