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Heavy Rain from Fay Remnants; Severe Thunderstorms Central U.S.; Dangerous Heat in the South

Post-Tropical Fay will bring heavy rainfall which may result in flooding in areas with poor drainage across portions of upstate New York today. Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and hail are possible today from parts of Kansas and Oklahoma into the lower and mid Mississippi Valley. Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect through this weekend across the Southern U.S. Read More >

                NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE - DENVER, COLORADO
            MONTHLY TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND SNOWFALL EXTREMES
                                FOR FEBRUARY

20 WARMEST FEBS           20 WETTEST FEBS           20 SNOWIEST FEBS
  (1872-2020)               (1872-2020)               (1882-2020)

 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             6  18.3  1909
    40.3  1991             7  1.31  1959             7  18.0  1931
    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  15.7  1913
    39.1  1886            15  1.11  1931            15  15.6  1934
 16 39.0  1926            16  1.09  1923            16  15.2  1929
 17 38.7  1931            17  1.05  1993            17  14.6  1966
 18 38.6  1999                1.05  1962            18  14.1  2013
    38.6  1950            19  1.04  1964            19  14.0  1915
 20 38.5  1995            20  1.02  1918            20  13.8  1923
    38.5  1970

20 COLDEST FEBS           20 DRIEST FEBS            LEAST SNOWIEST FEBS
  (1872-2020)               (1872-2020)                 (1882-2020)

 1  17.7  1899             1  0.01  1970             1     T  2009
 2  21.8  1913             2  0.02  2005             2   0.1  1992
 3  22.2  1883             3  0.03  1916             3   0.2  1970
 4  22.3  1989             4  0.04  2009             4   0.3  1954
 5  22.7  1903                0.04  1954             5   0.4  1925
 6  23.6  1929                0.04  1925             6   0.5  2005
 7  24.1  1942                0.04  1908             7   0.8  1991
 8  24.8  1960             8  0.06  1906             8   0.9  1983
 9  24.9  1894                0.06  1901             9   1.0  1943
10  25.2  1905            10  0.07  1983                 1.0  1908    
11  25.6  1874            11  0.08  1991            11   1.1  1906   
12  25.8  1939            12  0.09  1996            12   1.3  1999
13  26.6  1895                0.09  1992                 1.3  1949
14  26.7  1891                0.09  1982                 1.3  1957
15  26.9  1936            15  0.10  1949            15   1.4  1982
16  27.1  1955                0.10  1943            16   1.6  2017
17  27.3  1964            17  0.11  1876            17   1.7  1916
18  27.4  1965            18  0.15  2006            18   1.8  2000
19  27.6  2003                0.15  1999            19   1.9  1882
20  27.6  1985                0.15  1941                 1.9  1963
                                                         1.9  1930                              
                                                         1.9  1907


- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.

- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average February Temperature is 32.5 degrees (from 1981-2010 data).

- Average February Precipitation is 0.37 inches (from 1981-2010 data).

- Average February Snowfall is 5.7 inches (from 1981-2010 DEN data).

- 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: 2/29/2020