Denver Weather In February
The hottest day in Denver Colorado in February for the past 68 years was 76 degrees Fahrenheit, registered on February 5, 1963, while the typical high temperature is 47. The record low February temperature in Denver for the last 68 years was -25 most recently registered on February 1, 1951, and the normal low daily temperature is 19.
According to National Weather Service historical Denver February Weather data, on February 4, 1989, the high temperature did not exceed -9 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Denver in the past 68 years. Weather Service records additionally show that on February 10, 1951, the recorded low temperature for the day did not drop below 45 degrees, the highest low measured in Denver in the last 68 years.
Historical weather data accumulated by the National Weather Service shows that the average daily high temperature in Denver on February First is 48 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of February is 41 degrees. The low recorded temperature in Denver on February First averages 22 degrees Fahrenheit and the low temperature on the final day of February averages 16 degrees.
Denver typically receives an average of 0.49 inches of rain during the month. The most precipitation recorded on a single day in February, according to February Denver Weather data, was 1.01 inches on February 19, 1953. Denver averages 7.5 inches of snow in February. The most snow recorded in a single day in February was 9.5 inches on February 19, 1953.