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Colorado Weather

Alamosa Weather

The hottest day in Alamosa Colorado for the past 60 years was 96°F, and the regular yearly high is 59. The lowest documented temperature for Alamosa for the past 60 years was -50, and the standard annual low recorded daily temperature is 23. Alamosa typically receives a yearly average of 7 inches of precipitation and averages 32 inches of snow.

Colorado Springs Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Colorado Springs for the past 57 years was 100°F, while the average high yearly temperature is 62. The lowest documented temperature for Colorado Springs for the past 57 years was -27, while the average low annual temperature is 34. Colorado Springs usually receives an average of 17 inches of precipitation per year and receives a yearly average of 42 inches of snow.

Denver Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Denver for the past 63 years was 105°F, while the regular high yearly temperature is 64. In the last 63 years the lowest measured temperature in Denver was -30, and the normal low daily annual temperature is 36. Denver typically receives a yearly average of 16 inches of rain and receives an average of 60 inches of snow.

Grand Junction Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Grand Junction Colorado for the past 59 years was 106°F, and the typical yearly high is 65. The coldest day in Grand Junction for the past 59 years was -23, and the typical annual low is 38. Grand Junction receives an annual average of 9 inches of precipitation and averages 24 inches of snow yearly.

Pueblo Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Pueblo Colorado for the past 64 years was 109°F, and the regular yearly high is 67. In the last 64 years the highest reported temperature in Pueblo was -31, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 36. Pueblo usually receives an average of 12 inches of precipitation annually and receives a yearly average of 33 inches of snow.