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Critical Fire Weather Threats in the West; Storms in the High Plains

Gusty winds, very dry conditions, and areas of dry thunderstorms are producing Critical fire weather threats across the Great Basin, Northern Rockies, and into the Northern High Plains. Severe storms in the High Plains are primarily expected to contain damaging winds and large hail. Near record heat in the South and Central High Plains and the Northeast. Heat builds into the Southwest this week. Read More >

 

Pueblo, CO

 

Normals (1981-2010) and

 

Extremes (1888-Present)

 

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Month Temperature Normals
(deg F)
Precipitation
Normals
(inches)
Snowfall Mean # of Days
with
Daily
normals
Daily
extremes
High Low Average (inches) Thunderstorms Heavy Fog
January 47.0 14.0 30.5 0.35 6.5 0.0 1.6

JAN

JAN

February 50.5 17.3 33.9 0.30 3.8 0.0 1.5

FEB

FEB

March 59.1 25.6 42.3 0.93 5.7 0.4 1.2

MAR

MAR

April 67.2 33.9 50.6 1.40 3.8 1.4 0.7

APR

APR

May 76.8 44.1 60.4 1.51 0.5 5.2 0.4

MAY

MAY

June 87.2 52.8 70.0 1.36 0 7.5 0.2

JUN

JUN

July 92.9 58.7 75.8 2.06 0 10.0 0.3

JUL

JUL

August 89.4 57.5 73.4 2.32 0 8.4 0.4

AUG

AUG

September 81.6 47.7 64.7 0.77 0.3 2.5 0.6

SEP

SEP

October 69.4 34.2 51.8 0.72 1.3 0.5 1.1

OCT

OCT

November 56.1 22.5 39.3 0.47 4.4 0.1 1.8

NOV

NOV

December 46.0 14.1 30.1 0.38 5.5 0.0 1.7

DEC

DEC

           
ANNUAL 68.7 35.3 52.0 12.57 31.8 36.0 11.5
 

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*Heavy Fog means visibility equal to or less than 1/4 mile.

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