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Denver's YEARLY/MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES
(1872-Present)

 

 

Denver's YEARLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES

 
                     
Top 20 Warmest Year's   Top 20 Wettest Year's   Top 20 Snowiest Year's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 54.8 1934   1 23.31 1967   1 118.7 1908-1909 
2 54.1 1981   2 22.96 1973   2 99.3 1958-1959 
3 53.9 2012   - 22.96 1909   3 98.9 1913-1914 
4 53.5 1954   4 21.87 1965   4 94.9 1972-1973 
  53.5 1933   5 21.58 1957   5 93.5 1946-1947 
6 53.3 1994   6 21.52 1969   6 91.5 1973-1974 
7 52.9 1939   7 21.43 1891   7 90.5 1943-1944 
8 52.8 2017   8 21.42 1923   8 85.6 1906-1907 
9 52.7 2021   9 20.96 1999   9 85.5 1979-1980 
  52.7 1946   10 20.36 1979   10 85.4 1923-1924 
  52.7 1910   11 20.32 1991   11 84.9 1951-1952 
12 52.6 1943   12 20.19 1983   12 81.6 1982-1983 
13 52.5 1977   13 20.12 1876   13 81.5 1930-1931 
14 52.4 1931   14 20.03 1987   14 80.9 1983-1984 
  52.4 1921   15 19.61 1914   15 80.6 1960-1961 
16 52.3 2020   16 19.59 1997   - 80.6 1928-1929 
  52.3 2016   17 19.49 1883   17 80.2 2020-2021
18 52.2 1980   18 19.46 1938   18 80.0 1959-1960
  52.2 1938   19 19.43 1951   19 79.4 1916-1917
20 52.1 1986   20 19.01 1961   20 79.0 1991-1992
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest Year's   Top 20 Driest Year's   Top 20 Least Snowiest Year's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 47.6 1912   1 7.48 2002   1 21.3 1888-1889 
2 48.0 1891   2 7.51 1954   2 21.8 2016-2017
3 48.2 1880   3 7.58 1939   3 22.8 2010-2011 
4 48.3 1983   4 7.75 1911   4 25.5 1887-1888 
  48.3 1951   5 8.45 1962   5 25.7 2017-2018
6 48.4 1913   6 8.48 1893   6 26.7 1981-1982 
7 48.7 1997   7 8.53 2018   7 27.2 1903-1904 
  48.7 1929   8 8.64 2006   8 28.6 1945-1946 
9 48.8 1968   9 8.74 2020   9 30.2 2001-2002 
  48.8 1899   10 8.78 1893   10 30.4 2005-2006 
  48.8 1895   11 8.93 1934   11 31.5 1910-1911 
  48.8 1883   12 9.03 1943   12 31.7 1886-1887 
13 48.9 1985   13 9.10 1901   13 32.3 1924-1925 
  48.9 1968   14 9.12 1930   14 32.3 1901-1902 
  48.9 1961   15 9.24 1917   15 33.3 1968-1969 
  48.9 1923   16 9.33 1899   - 34.6 1976-1977 
  48.9 1883   - 9.33 1890   17 36.3 1962-1963 
18 49.0 1873   18 9.50 1903   18 36.3 1942-1943 
19 49.1 1905   19 9.51 1888   19 37.0 1894-1895 
  49.1 1898   20 9.58 1880   20 37.9 2003-2004 
 


 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit. 
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches. 

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949,
then at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995,
then at Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.

UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR JANUARY
 

Top 20 Warmest January's   Top 20 Wettest January's   Top 20 Snowiest January's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 40.3 1986   1 2.35 1883   1 24.3 1992
2 40.1 1934   2 1.90 1877   2 22.2 1949
3 39.6 1953   3 1.60 1891   3 20.5 1883
4 39.4 1935   4 1.46 1949   4 19.2 1948
5 38.3 1893   5 1.43 1948   5 17.4 1959
6 38.2 1911   6 1.33 1962   6 17.2 1962
7 37.9 1923   7 1.31 1973   7 17.0 1987
8 37.4 2006   8 1.24 1959     17.0 1891
9 37.3 1981   9 1.19 1992   9 15.9 2007
  37.3 1896   10 1.14 1989   10 15.7 1951
11 36.9 2003   11 1.03 1974   11 14.3 2014
12 36.8 1914   12 1.00 1965   12 14.1 1991
13 36.7 1909     1.00 1944   13 13.4 2022
14 36.5 1928   14 0.99 1905   14 13.2 1965
  36.5 1906   15 0.94 2014   15 13.0 1989
16 36.4 1990   16 0.84 1967   16 12.5 1985
  36.4 1880     0.84 1874     12.5 1930
18 36.3 1954   18 0.83 1951   18 12.3 1980
  36.3 1900   19 0.78 2022   19 12.1 1973
20 36.0 2012     0.78 2001   20 12.0 1921
  36.0 1933     0.78 1940        
  36.0 1920                
                     
Top 20 Coldest January's   Top 20 Driest January's   Top 20 Least Snowiest January's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 16.9* 1930   1 0.01 1952   1 T 2003
2 18.0 1979     0.01 1934     T 1934
3 18.1 1875     0.01 1933   3 0.1 1931
4 18.2 1937   4 0.02 1931   4 0.2 1933
5 19.1 1963   5 0.03 2003   5 0.3 1952
6 19.4 1949   - 0.03 1935   6 0.4 1914
7 19.5 1962   - 0.03 1914   7 0.8 1935
8 20.8 2007   8 0.04 1904   8 0.9 2020
9 21.7 1886   9 0.05 1998   - 0.9 1970
10 22.8 1916     0.05 1901   10 1.0 1961
11 23.7 1974     0.05 1893   - 1.0 1893
  23.7 1872   12 0.07 2010   12 1.1 1904
13 24.2 1877     0.07 1961   13 1.3 1983
14 24.3 1940   14 0.08 2008   - 1.3 1923
15 24.6 1918   15 0.10 1970   15 1.4 1888
  24.6 1879     0.10 1878   16 1.7 1911
17 25.1 1988   17 0.11 1888   17 1.8 1919
18 25.3 1891   18 0.12 1919   18 1.9 2008
19 25.5 1985     0.12 1912     1.9 1903
20 25.8 1978     0.12 1911     1.9 1901
  25.8 1957     0.12 1903     1.9 1900
 

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit. 
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average January Temperature is 31.7 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average January Precipitation is 0.38 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average January Snowfall is 6.5 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average January Snowfall is 6.4 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.
 
* Coldest Month in Denver History.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.

UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR FEBRUARY
 

Top 20 Warmest February's   Top 20 Wettest February's   Top 20 Snowiest February's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 43.7 1954   1 2.01 1934   1 22.4 2015
2 42.3 1930   2 1.66 1960   2 22.1 1912
3 41.0 1925   3 1.44 1942   3 20.2 2012
4 40.7 1957   4 1.39 1953   4 19.5 1942
5 40.5 1943   5 1.35 1909   5 18.3 1960
6 40.3 2017   6 1.34 1912     18.3 1909
  40.3 1991   7 1.31 1959   7 18.0 1931
8 40.3 1907   8 1.28 1966   8 17.5 1959
9 40.1 1992     1.28 1939   9 17.1 1965
  40.1 1904   10 1.27 1965   10 16.9 1993
11 39.8 1932   11 1.25 2015   11 16.5 2020
12 39.3 1976   12 1.24 1915     16.5 1953
13 39.1 2000   13 1.22 1881   13 16.3 1939
  39.1 1888   14 1.21 1987   14 15.8 2022
  39.1 1886   15 1.11 1931   15 15.7 1913
16 39.0 1926   16 1.09 1923   16 15.6 1934
  38.8 1931   17 1.05 1993   17 15.2 1929
18 38.6 1999   - 1.05 1962   18 14.6 1966
  38.6 1950   19 1.04 1964   19 14.1 2013
20 38.5 1995   20 1.02 1918   20 14.0 1915
  38.5 1970                
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest February's   Top 20 Driest February's   Top 20 Least Snowiest February's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 17.7 1899   1 0.01 1883   1 T 2009
2 21.8 1913   2 0.02 1877   2 0.3 1992
3 22.2 1883   3 0.03 1891     0.3 1970
4 22.3 1989   4 0.04 1949   4 0.5 2005
5 22.7 1903     0.04 1948   5 0.6 1954
6 23.6 1929     0.04 1962     0.6 1925
7 24.1 1942     0.04 1973   7 0.8 1991
8 24.8 1960   8 0.06 1959     0.8 1983
9 24.9 1894     0.06 1992   9 1.0 1943
10 25.2 1905   10 0.07 1989   10 1.1 1908
11 25.4 2021   11 0.08 1974     1.1 1906
  25.6 1874   12 0.09 1965   12 1.3 1999
13 25.8 1939     0.09 1944   13 1.5 1949
14 26.6 1895     0.09 1905   14 1.6 2017
15 26.7 1891   15 0.10 2014     1.6 1957
  26.9 1936     0.10 1967   16 1.8 2000
17 27.1 1955   17 0.11 1874     1.8 1982
18 27.3 1964   18 0.15 1951   18 1.9 1916
19 27.4 1965   19 0.15 2001   19 2.0 1882
20 27.6 2003   20 0.15 1940   20 2.1 1963
  27.6 1985                

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average February Temperature is 32.7 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average February Precipitation is 0.41 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average February Snowfall is 7.8 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average February Snowfall is 7.6 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR MARCH
 

Top 20 Warmest March's   Top 20 Wettest March's   Top 20 Snowiest March's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 50.4 1910   1 4.56 1983   1 35.2 2003
2 49.2 2012   2 3.80 2021   2 34.0 2021
3 47.9 2017   3 3.50 1992   3 32.5 1944
4 47.2 1907   4 3.10 1990   4 31.3 1891
5 47.1 1986     3.10 1891   5 30.5 1983
6 47.0 1918   6 3.07 1905   6 29.2 1961
7 46.5 1879   7 3.05 2003   7 26.8 1959
8 46.4 2004   8 3.03 1909   8 25.7 1923
  46.4 1946   9 2.85 1959   9 25.2 1952
10 46.0 2007   10 2.75 1944   10 24.8 1929
  46.0 1887   11 2.51 1961   11 24.0 1981
12 45.7 1916   12 2.41 1949   12 23.9 1906
13 45.2 1878   13 2.36 1886   13 23.5 2013
14 45.1 1911   14 2.29 1940   14 21.9 1990
15 45.0 2015     2.29 1927   15 21.8 1886
  45.0 1873   16 2.27 1981   16 20.8 1948
17 44.9 1921   17 2.17 1923   17 20.5 1970
18 44.8 1994   18 2.16 1929   18 20.4 1899
19 44.7 1972   19 2.12 1952   19 20.3 1924
20 44.5 1925     2.12 1938   20 20.2 1909
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest March's   Top 20 Driest March's   Top 20 Least Snowiest March's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 26.4 1912   1 0.03 2012   1 T 2017
2 28.0 1924   2 0.11 1908     T 2012
3 29.0 1965   3 0.14 2008   3 0.3 1883
4 29.7 1906     0.14 2004   4 0.4 1911
5 32.1 1969   5 0.18 1982   5 0.5 1885
6 32.2 1891   6 0.19 1999   6 1.1 1887
7 32.8 1958   7 0.20 1882   7 1.8 2004
8 33.0 1964   8 0.21 1883   8 2.0 1882
9 33.1 1899     0.21 1880   9 2.1 1982
10 33.2 1917   10 0.22 1945     2.1 1908
11 33.3 1932     0.22 1873   11 2.5 2011
12 33.5 1970   12 0.23 1935     2.5 1918
13 33.6 1915     0.23 1893   13 2.6 1986
14 33.7 1952     0.23 1887     2.6 1898
  33.7 1948   15 0.26 1997   15 2.8 1966
16 33.8 2002   16 0.28 1995     2.8 1910
  33.8 1888     0.28 1911   17 2.9 2015
18 33.9 1923     0.28 1898   18 3.0 1935
19 34.4 1880   19 0.30 1946     3.0 1890
20 34.5 1944   20 0.31 1950   20 3.2 1893
  34.5 1886                

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average March Temperature is 41.6 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average March Precipitation is 0.86 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average March Snowfall is 11.5 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average March Snowfall is 8.8 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.  


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR APRIL

Top 20 Warmest April's   Top 20 Wettest April's   Top 20 Snowiest April's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 56.4 1981   1 8.24 1900   1 33.8 1933
2 56.3 1946   2 5.86 1999   2 32.0 1885
3 55.5 1930   3 4.95 1905   3 28.3 1920
4 55.3 1943   4 4.94 1885   4 28.2 1945
5 54.8 1992   5 4.13 1957   5 25.5 1957
6 53.8 1881   6 4.09 1933   6 25.4 1909
7 53.6 1954   7 4.07 1935   7 25.0 1907
8 53.3 2012   8 4.01 1942   8 24.8 1973
  53.3 1888   9 3.95 1967   9 23.3 1935
10 53.2 1948   10 3.75 1914   10 21.0 1922
11 52.8 1925   11 3.73 1973   12 20.4 2013
12 52.2 1969   12 3.67 1906   13 19.7 1999
  52.2 1910   13 3.66 1915   13 19.6 1900
14 51.8 1987   14 3.65 1922   14 19.5 1944
15 51.5 2006   15 3.52 1972     19.5 1918
  51.5 1942   16 3.33 1884   16 18.0 1884
  51.5 1915   17 3.30 1894   17 17.8 1974
18 51.4 1934   18 3.22 2009   18 17.6 1959
19 51.2 1965   19 3.15 1944   19 17.2 1995
20 51.2 1932   20 3.10 1883   20 17.2 1972
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest April's   Top 20 Driest April's   Top 20 Least Snowiest April's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 38.8 1920   1 0.03 1963   1 0 1992
2 40.5 1997   2 0.05 1878     0 1943
3 41.0 1983   3 0.06 2022     0 1930
4 41.1 1873   4 0.23 2002   4 T 2022
5 41.4 1957   5 0.31 1880     T 2002
6 41.7 2013   6 0.32 2008     T 1969
7 42.2 1945   7 0.33 1996     T 1946
8 42.3 1984   8 0.34 1982     T 1925
9 42.5 1999   9 0.39 1908     T 1915
10 42.6 1918   10 0.40 1925     T 1910
11 42.8 1953   11 0.48 1955     T 1889
12 42.9 1995   12 0.50 1881     T 1888
- 42.9 1968   13 0.53 1992     T 1887
- 42.9 1884   14 0.54 2020   14 0.2 1963
15 43.2 1973   15 0.60 1930   15 0.3 2006
- 43.2 1944     0.60 1923     0.3 1965
- 43.2 1909     0.60 1902   17 0.5 2010
- 43.2 1874   18 0.65 1988     0.5 1896
19 43.7 1970   19 0.67 2006   19 0.8 1985
20 43.8 1951   20 0.71 2000   20 0.9 2007
                  0.9 1919

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average April Temperature is 47.8 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average April Precipitation is 1.68 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average April Snowfall is 8.8 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average April Snowfall is 6.7 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available. 

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.  


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR MAY
 

Top 20 Warmest May's   Top 20 Wettest May's   Top 20 Snowiest May's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 64.7 1934   1 8.57# 1876   1 15.5 1898
2 63.2 1994   2 7.31 1957   2 13.7 1950
3 62.0 1886   3 6.12 1969   3 13.5 1978
4 61.7 1958   4 5.06 1973   4 13.2 1912
5 61.6 1974   5 4.95 1935   5 12.0 1917
  61.6 1879   6 4.88 1938   6 10.0 1908
7 61.5 1939     4.88 1898   7 9.0 1907
8 61.4 2018   8 4.79 2011   8 8.9 1893
9 61.3 1936   9 4.77 1967   9 8.8 1957
10 61.1 1875   10 4.67 1995   10 8.3 1944
11 61.0 1941   11 4.64 1987   11 8.2 1979
  61.0 1874   12 4.61 1884   12 8.0 1931
13 60.9 1963   13 4.46 1958   13 7.6 1983
  60.9 1956   14 4.3 1883   14 7.2 2001
15 60.8 1881   15 4.26 1988       1931
16 60.7 1977   16 4.18 1947   16 7.0 2003
17 60.6 1992     4.18 1912   17 6.4 1961
  60.6 1900   18 4.15 1891     6.4 1915
19 60.5 2012   19 4.12 1961   19 6.3 1910
20 60.4 1897   20 3.83 1989   20 6.1 1975
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest May's   Top 20 Driest May's   Top 20 Least Snowiest May's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 48.7 1917   1 0.06 1974   Numerous  with no Snow 
2 50.0 1995   2 0.09 1886    
3 50.1 1935   3 0.15 1899        
4 50.3 1907   4 0.22 1919        
5 51.4 1983   5 0.34 1977        
6 51.5 1892     0.34 1966        
7 51.6 2019   7 0.43 1925        
8 52.0 1946   8 0.49 1972        
9 52.6 1967   9 0.52 1911        
10 52.7 1924   10 0.53 1900        
11 52.8 1943   11 0.60 1954        
12 52.9 1915     0.60 1921        
13 53.0 2015   13 0.64 1970        
  53.0 1950   14 0.65 1984        
  53.0 1898   15 0.68 1963        
  53.0 1882   16 0.71 2005        
17 53.1 2011     0.71 1968        
18 53.2 1885   18 0.75 1903        
19 53.3 1909     0.75 1873        
20 53.4 1953   20 0.82 2013        

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average May Temperature is 57.4 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average May Precipitation is 2.16 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average May Snowfall is 1.7 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average May Snowfall is 1.3 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available. 

# Wettest Month in Denver History.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR JUNE

 

Top 20 Warmest June's   Top 20 Wettest June's   Top 20 Snowiest June's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 75.0 2012   1 4.96 1882   1 0.4 1919
2 73.5 1994   2 4.86 2009   2 0.3 1951
3 73.4 1956   3 4.69 1967   3 T 1974
4 72.8 2006   4 4.14 1965     T 1947
  72.8 1933   5 3.99 2005     T 1937
6 72.6 1990   6 3.95 2003     T 1917
7 72.4 2018     3.95 1949   7 0 Numerous
8 72.0 1952   8 3.83 1970        
  72.0 1881   9 3.59 1963        
10 71.9 1980   10 3.55 1923        
  71.9 1977   11 3.54 1904        
12 71.8 1988   12 3.5 1987        
13 71.6 2021   13 3.32 1950        
14 71.3 1931   14 3.36 1921        
  71.3 1918   15 3.07 1995        
16 71.1 2020   16 2.99 1969        
  71.1 2013   17 2.94 1972        
  71.1 2002   18 2.93 1891        
  71.1 1936   19 2.78 1878        
20 70.9 1959   20 2.76 1927        
                     
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest June's   Top 20 Driest June's        
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   Top 20 Least Snowiest June's
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   (1882-Present)
1 60.6 1967   1 T 1890   Rank Total Year
2 60.9 1951   2 0.08 1916   Numerous Years with no Snow
3 61.0 1928   3 0.09 1980        
4 61.5 1969     0.09 1881        
  61.5 1904   5 0.12 2006        
6 61.7 1895     0.12 1952        
7 62.0 1945   7 0.13 1893        
8 62.1 2003   8 0.16 1933        
  62.1 1915   9 0.17 1930        
10 62.2 1995   10 0.19 1922        
11 62.5 1903   11 0.20 1973        
12 62.7 1947     0.20 1910        
13 62.8 1983   13 0.21 1990        
14 63.0 1998   14 0.22 1940        
  63.0 1912     0.22 1934        
16 63.1 1982   16 0.23 1971        
17 63.4 1891   17 0.28 1919        
18 63.7 2004   18 0.29 1888        
19 63.9 1965   19 0.32 1879        
- 63.9 1955   20 0.33 2017        
20 63.9 1906                

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average June Temperature is 68.2 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average June Precipitation is 1.94 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average June Snowfall is a Trace (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average June Snowfall is 0.0 (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available. 

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR JULY

 

Top 20 Warmest July's   Top 20 Wettest July's   Top 20 Snowiest July's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 78.9 2012   1 6.41 1965   No Snow has ever
2 78.0 2022   2 5.92 1998   been reported in July
3 77.8 1934   3 5.60 1997        
4 77.7 2005   4 5.24 1919        
5 77.6 2008   5 4.76 2001        
6 77.3 1936   6 4.28 1895        
7 77.1 1939   7 4.17 1956        
8 76.9 2003     4.17 1909        
  76.9 1966     4.17 1875        
10 76.7 2021   10 4.11 1991        
  76.7 2001   11 3.85 2014        
  76.7 2000   12 3.84 1999        
  76.7 1954   13 3.71 1985        
14 76.5 2020   14 3.70 2010        
  76.5 1901   15 3.57 1990        
16 76.4 2017   16 3.56 2009        
  76.4 1980   17 3.50 1958        
18 76.3 2007   18 3.47 1910        
19 76.2 2016   19 3.41 2011        
  76.2 2006   20 3.35 1874        
20 76.2 2002                
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest July's   Top 20 Driest July's   Top 20 Least Snowiest July's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 67.3 1895   1 0.01 1901   No Snow has ever
2 68.2 1906   2 0.08 1939   been reported in July
3 68.7 1915   3 0.24 2008        
  68.7 1904   4 0.27 2005        
5 68.9 1950   5 0.31 1917        
  68.9 1905   6 0.32 1934        
  68.9 1891   7 0.33 1924        
8 69.0 1875   - 0.33 1877        
9 69.1 1967   9 0.34 2021        
  69.1 1872   - 0.34 1891        
11 69.3 1912   11 0.41 1888        
12 69.6 1911   12 0.43 2007        
13 69.7 1897   13 0.45 1920        
  69.7 1887   14 0.47 2017        
15 69.8 1908   15 0.48 2012        
16 70.2 2009   16 0.50 1994        
  70.2 1972   - 0.50 1886        
  70.2 1902   18 0.54 2003        
19 70.3 1958   - 0.54 1978        
20 70.5 1992   20 0.54 1962        
  70.5 1899                
- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average July Temperature is 75.1 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average July Precipitation is 2.14 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average July Snowfall is 0.0 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average July Snowfall is 0.0 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.  Also it has never snowed in Denver for the month of July since
records have been kept. 

# Warmest Month in Denver History.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR AUGUST

 

Top 20 Warmest August's   Top 20 Wettest August's   Top 20 Snowiest August's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 77.0 2020   1 5.85 1979   No Snow has ever
  77.0 2011   2 4.47 1951   been reported in August
3 76.8 1937   3 4.03 2008        
4 76.1 2022   4 3.87 1923        
5 75.4 2021   5 3.69 1991        
  75.4 2019   6 3.52 1997        
  75.4 2007   7 3.49 1921        
8 75.3 1995   8 3.37 1999        
9 75.0 2012   9 3.22 1936        
  75.0 1994   10 3.20 1984        
11 74.7 1938   11 3.19 1908        
12 74.6 2013   12 3.06 2000        
  74.6 1878   13 2.84 2004        
14 74.5 2000     2.84 1891        
15 74.4 1983   15 2.78 2013        
  74.4 1934   16 2.76 2007        
17 74.2 1943   17 2.75 1927        
  74.2 1922   18 2.73 2014        
19 74.1 1948   19 2.72 1929        
20 74.1 1947   20 2.71 1972        
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest August's   Top 20 Driest August's   Top 20 Least Snowiest August's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 66.5 1915   1 0.02 1924   No Snow has ever
2 66.6 1927   2 0.05 1917   been reported in August
3 67.7 1920     0.05 1900        
4 67.8 1884   4 0.06 1960        
5 68.0 1888   5 0.11 2012        
6 68.1 1968   6 0.16 1974        
7 68.2 2004   7 0.19 1948        
  68.2 1967   8 0.22 2016        
9 68.4 1992   9 0.23 1907        
  68.4 1923   10 0.25 1959        
  68.4 1917   11 0.26 1978        
12 68.7 1963   12 0.27 2021        
13 68.8 1908     0.27 1964        
  68.8 1887     0.27 1950        
  68.8 1885   16 0.28 1985        
16 68.9 1950   16 0.30 2011        
17 69.0 1916   17 0.33 1889        
  69.0 1890   18 0.35 2020        
19 69.2 1891     0.35 1893        
20 69.3 1872   20 0.38 1940        

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average August Temperature is 72.9 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average August Precipitation is 1.58 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average August Snowfall is 0.0 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average August Snowfall is 0.0 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.  Also it has never snowed in Denver for the month of August since
records have been kept. 

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 9/2/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR SEPTEMBER

 

Top 20 Warmest September's   Top 20 Wettest September's   Top 20 Snowiest September's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 69.4 2015   1 5.61 2013   1 17.2 1971
2 69.3 2019   2 4.67 1961   2 16.5 1936
3 68.3 1948   3 3.78 1909   3 12.9 1959
4 68.2 1981   4 3.70 1902   4 11.4 1895
  68.2 1931   5 3.42 1938   5 8.7 1985
6 68.0 1998   6 2.95 2012   6 7.4 1995
7 67.8 2018   7 2.89 1936   7 6.5 1908
8 67.7 1933     2.89 1918   8 5.8 1961
9 67.6 1947     2.89 1875   9 5.5 1965
10 67.2 2005   10 2.85 1973   10 5.4 1993
  67.2 1994     2.85 1971   11 5.2 1984
12 67.0 2010   12 2.72 1955   12 4.7 1996
  67.0 1939     2.72 1906   13 4.6 1970
14 66.9 1990   14 2.64 1913   14 4.2 1951
15 66.8 2001   15 2.58 1965   15 4.0 1913
16 66.6 1977   16 2.47 1970   16 3.1 1999
17 66.4 2013     2.47 1940   17 2.8 1935
18 66.3 2012   18 2.34 1996   18 2.3 1989
  66.3 1979   19 2.33 1985   19 1.8 1974
  66.3 1897   20 2.29 1993   20 1.7 1927
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest September's   Top 20 Driest September's   Top 20 Least Snowiest September's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 54.7 1912   1 T 1944   Numerous Years with
2 55.6 1965     T 1892   No Snowfall
3 56.3 1961   3 0.01 1992        
4 57.5 1971     0.01 1956        
5 58.1 1918   5 0.02 1921        
6 58.8 1985     0.02 1879        
7 58.9 2006   7 0.05 1893        
  58.9 1929   8 0.06 2010        
9 59.2 1999     0.06 1920        
10 59.3 2003     0.06 1882        
  59.3 1913   11 0.07 2005        
12 59.4 1974     0.07 1978        
13 59.5 1975     0.07 1928        
  59.5 1970   14 0.08 1949        
15 59.9 1973   15 0.10 1977        
  59.9 1889   16 0.11 2015        
17 60.3 1872     0.11 1932        
18 60.4 1886     0.11 1888        
  60.4 1881   19 0.13 1983        
20 60.5 1950     0.13 1884        
  60.5 1924                
- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average September Temperature is 64.8 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average September Precipitation is 1.35 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average September Snowfall is 1.0 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average September Snowfall is 0.8 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR OCTOBER

 

Top 20 Warmest October's   Top 20 Wettest October's   Top 20 Snowiest October's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 59.9 1950   1 4.17 1969   1 31.2 1969
2 57.9 1963   2 3.92 1892   2 22.7 1906
  57.9 1934   3 3.72 1942   3 22.1 1997
4 57.8 2016   4 3.50 1923   4 17.8 1923
5 57.4 1933   5 3.47 1984   5 17.2 2009
6 57.0 1947   6 3.05 1914   6 16.4 1897
7 56.5 2015   7 3.03 2007   7 16.2 1929
8 56.3 1875   8 2.84 1947   8 14.0 1889
9 55.9 1956   9 2.62 1957   9 13.8 1905
  55.9 1940   10 2.46 1960   10 13.6 1908
  55.9 1938     2.46 1959   11 13.1 1984
  55.9 1921   12 2.31 1905   12 12.5 2019
13 55.4 1910   13 2.27 1993   13 11.8 1959
14 55.3 2010   14 2.16 2005   14 11.7 1917
  55.3 1884     2.16 1951   15 10.6 1942
16 55.2 1944   16 2.15 1877   16 10.5 2005
17 55.1 2014   17 2.11 1889     10.5 1925
  55.1 2003   18 2.04 1936   18 9.8 2006
  55.1 1965   19 1.98 1906   19 9.7 1972
20 54.9 1945   20 1.97 1928   20 8.6 1913
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest October's   Top 20 Driest October's   Top 20 Least Snowiest October's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 38.9 1969   1 T 1934   1 0.0 2016
2 42.9 2009   2 0.01 1933     0.0 2015
3 43.3 1925   3 0.05 1962     0.0 2014
4 43.7 2019     0.05 1944     0.0 2010
5 43.9 2002   5 0.06 1988     0.0 2003
6 44.3 1923     0.06 1954     0.0 1998
7 44.7 1984     0.06 1948     0.0 1988
8 45.9 1970   8 0.08 2021     0.0 1965
9 46.3 1877     0.08 2003     0.0 1962
10 46.5 1919     0.08 2001     0.0 1950
  46.5 1913   11 0.10 1980     0.0 1944
12 46.6 1905   12 0.12 1950     0.0 1940
  46.6 1873     0.12 1938     0.0 1934
14 46.9 1911     0.12 1876     0.0 1933
15 47.2 1883   15 0.17 1907     0.0 1924
16 47.7 2013   16 0.18 1964     0.0 1907
17 48.1 1959     0.18 1952     0.0 1894
18 48.2 1951   18 0.19 1927     0.0 1888
  48.2 1916     0.19 1894     0.0 1886
20 48.3 1887   20 0.19 1879   20 T 2008

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average October Temperature is 51.1 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average October Precipitation is 0.99 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average October Snowfall is 4.1 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average October Snowfall is 3.9 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.
UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR NOVEMBER

 

Top 20 Warmest November's   Top 20 Wettest November's   Top 20 Snowiest November's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 50.9 1949   1 3.21 1946   1 42.6 1946
2 47.2 1999   2 2.67 1991   2 29.6 1991
3 46.3 2021   3 2.63 1983   3 29.3 1983
4 46.2 1933   4 2.13 2015   4 23.1 1929
  46.2 1914   5 1.95 1922     23.1 1928
6 45.9 1981   6 1.93 1886   6 22.9 1908
  45.9 1927   7 1.88 1975   7 22.3 1979
8 45.6 1910   8 1.74 1908   8 21.3 1956
  45.6 1901   9 1.69 1972   9 20.1 1992
10 45.5 1917   10 1.68 1881   10 19.4 1972
11 45.3 2017   11 1.66 1979   11 17.4 1993
12 45.1 2016   12 1.62 1987   12 17.0 1985
13 44.8 1899   13 1.58 1928   13 16.9 1994
  44.8 1894   14 1.50 1876   14 15.6 1931
15 44.4 1934   15 1.46 1992   15 15.4 1922
  44.4 1924   16 1.38 1993   16 15.3 1938
17 44.3 1954   17 1.34 1994   17 15.2 1975
  44.3 1941   18 1.32 1929   18 14.5 1952
19 44.0 1990   19 1.31 2019     14.5 1951
  44.0 1932     1.31 1952   20 14.2 1918
                     
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest November's   Top 20 Driest November's   Top 20 Least Snowiest November's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 22.0 1880   1 T 1949   1 0.0 1949
2 28.9 2000     T 1901   2 T 2021
3 29.7 1985     T 1899     T 2017
4 31.5 1929   4 0.01 1939     T 2005
5 32.3 1952   5 0.03 1917     T 1939
6 32.5 1889   6 0.04 1905     T 1917
7 32.8 1972     0.04 1904     T 1905
8 33.0 1886   8 0.05 2003     T 1901
9 33.1 1872   9 0.07 2021     T 1899
10 33.3 1979     0.07 1903     T 1884
11 33.9 1992   11 0.08 1920   11 0.3 1883
12 34.6 1919     0.08 1874   12 0.5 1885
13 34.7 1993   13 0.10 1896   13 0.8 1900
  34.7 1991   14 0.14 1924   14 0.9 1896
  34.7 1961   15 0.15 1989   15 1.0 2005
16 34.8 1997   16 0.16 1971   16 1.3 1910
17 34.9 1947     0.16 1910   17 1.4 1971
18 35.2 1898     0.16 1873   18 1.5 2010
19 35.6 1982   19 0.18 2008     1.5 1903
20 35.7 1968     0.18 1933   20 1.6 1989
 
- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average November Temperature is 39.4 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average November Precipitation is 0.64 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average November Snowfall is 7.4 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average November Snowfall is 7.3 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED: 1/9/2022

 

 

Denver's MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES FOR DECEMBER

 

Top 20 Warmest December's   Top 20 Wettest December's   Top 20 Snowiest December's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 43.8 1933   1 5.21 1913   1 57.4 1913
2 41.2 1980   2 2.84 1973   2 30.8 1973
3 40.9 1939   3 2.34 1982   3 29.4 2006
4 40.5 1889   4 2.32 1883   4 27.1 1982
5 39.7 1906   5 1.70 1876   5 21.5 1987
6 39.6 1946   6 1.56 1891   6 20.9 2007
7 39.5 1957   7 1.50 1960   7 19.6 1918
  39.5 1881   8 1.42 1924   8 18.4 1924
9 39.2 1890   9 1.40 1918   9 17.8 1960
10 38.8 1896   10 1.32 1892   10 17.5 1891
  38.8 1875   11 1.30 1987   11 16.5 2011
12 38.4 2021   12 1.21 2006     16.5 1979
13 38.2 1893   13 1.08 1885   13 16.3 1916
14 38.0 1917   14 1.06 1979   14 16.2 1892
15 37.5 1975     1.06 1967   15 15.5 1898
16 37.3 1888   16 1.05 1878   16 15.3 1923
17 37.1 1929   17 1.04 1988   17 14.8 1926
18 37.0 1942     1.04 1926   18 14.4 1953
19 36.5 1959   19 1.03 1941   19 14.2 1978
  36.5 1936   20 1.02 1953   20 13.3 1925
20 36.5 1885     1.02 1916        
                     
                     
Top 20 Coldest December's   Top 20 Driest December's   Top 20 Least Snowiest December's
(1872-Present)   (1872-Present)   (1882-Present)
Rank Avg Year   Rank Total Year   Rank Total Year
1 17.4 1983   1 0.00 1881   1 T 2002
2 21.2 1909   2 T 1905     T 1906
3 22.1 1878   3 0.01 1906     T 1905
4 22.7 1873     0.01 1895   4 0.1 1928
5 23.1 1913   5 0.03 2018   5 0.4 1890
6 23.7 1932     0.03 1977   6 0.5 2018
7 24.1 2009     0.03 1931     0.5 1935
8 24.3 1914   8 0.04 2004   8 0.6 1995
9 24.6 1978     0.04 1890   9 0.7 1977
10 24.8 1884   10 0.05 2002     0.7 1895
11 24.9 1972     0.05 1995   11 0.8 1957
12 25.4 1992   12 0.06 1996     0.8 1931
13 25.5 1924     0.06 1957     0.8 1888
14 25.7 1990     0.06 1928   14 0.9 1970
15 25.8 1898   15 0.09 1970   15 1.2 1980
16 25.9 1927     0.09 1946     1.2 1962
17 26.5 1967     0.09 1888     1.2 1945
  26.5 1960   18 0.10 1980   18 1.8 1996
  26.5 1916     0.10 1945     1.8 1887
20 26.6 2011     0.10 1880   20 1.9 1991
  26.6 2008             1.9 1966

 

- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.
- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average December Temperature is 31.2 degrees (from 1991-2020 DIA data).
- Average December Precipitation is 0.35 inches (from 1991-2020 DIA data).

- Average December Snowfall is 8.0 inches (from 1882-2020 Historical Record).
- Average December Snowfall is 6.6 inches (from 1991-2020 Stapleton data).

- Official Snowfall Observations, for DIA, didn't start until the 2007-2008 snow season, so no
30 Year Average is available.

# Snowiest Month in Denver History.

- Data collected at the Downtown City Office from 1872-December 1949, then
  at the Stapleton Airport Office from January 1950-February 1995, then at
  Denver International Airport from March 1995-Present.


UPDATED 1/9/2022