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Rain Continues From Mid-Atlantic to Southern New England Sunday; Ice on the Northern Edge; Northwest to See More Rain and Snow

A storm system will cross the Mid-Atlantic region then shift south of New England through Sunday with widespread rain. On the northern edge, freezing rain and snow will be possible from Upstate New York into interior southern New England. On the West Coast, deep moisture ahead of a cold front will bring rain, high elevation snow, and gusty winds into Sunday. Read More >

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

 20 WARMEST JULY           20 WETTEST JULY           SNOWIEST JULY
   (1872-2018)               (1872-2018)               (1882-2018)

 1  78.9 2012              1  6.41 1965              Numerous Years
 2  77.8 1934              2  5.92 1998                  With No
 3  77.7 2005              3  5.60 1997              Snowfall (135)
 4  77.6 2008              4  5.24 1919              
 5  77.3 1936              5  4.76 2001              
 6  77.1 1939              6  4.28 1895              
 7  76.9 2003              7  4.17 1956              
    76.9 1966                 4.17 1909              
 9  76.7 2001                 4.17 1875              
    76.7 2000             10  4.11 1991             
    76.7 1954             11  3.85 2014             
12  76.5 1901             12  3.84 1999             
13  76.4 2017             13  3.71 1985             
    76.4 1980             14  3.70 2010             
15  76.3 2007             15  3.57 1990
16  76.2 2016             16  3.56 2009             
    76.2 2006             17  3.50 1958             
    76.2 2002             18  3.47 1910             
19  76.1 1874             19  3.41 2011             
20  76.0 1931             20  3.35 1874             
    76.0 1878


20 COLDEST JULY           20 DRIEST JULY            LEAST SNOWIEST JULY
  (1872-2018)               (1872-2018)                 (1882-2018)

 1  67.3 1895              1  0.01 1901             Numerous Years
 2  68.2 1906              2  0.08 1939                 with No
 3  68.7 1915              3  0.24 2008             Snowfall (135)
    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 1891
    69.1 1872             10  0.41 1888    
11  69.3 1912             11  0.43 2007   
12  69.6 1911             12  0.45 1920
13  69.7 1897             13  0.47 2017
    69.7 1887             14  0.48 2012
15  69.8 1908                 0.50 1994
16  70.2 2009             16  0.50 1886
    70.2 1972                 0.54 2003
    70.2 1902                 0.54 1978
19  70.3 1958             19  0.54 1962
20  70.5 1992             20  0.55 1963
    70.5 1899                 


- Temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit.

- Precipitation and Snowfall amounts in inches.

- Average July Temperature is 74.2 degrees (from 1981-2010 DIA data).

- Average July Precipitation is 2.16 inches (from 1981-2010 DIA data).

- Average July Snowfall is 0.0 inches (from 1981-2010 DEN data).

# 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: 8/2/2018