Denver Weather In June
In the last 68 years the highest measured temperature in Denver Colorado for June was 104 degrees Fahrenheit, measured on June 26, 1994, while the regular high temperature is 82. In the last 68 years the highest reported temperature in Denver for June was 30 on June 2, 1951, while the normal low measured temperature is 53.
United States NWS historical Denver June Weather data records that on June 2, 1951, the high temperature did not exceed 44 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Denver in the past 68 years. The Weather Service additionally shows that on June 24, 1954, the low for the day did not drop below 71 degrees, the highest low temperature in Denver in the last 68 years.
Weather Service historical data shows that the average daily high temperature in Denver on June First is 48 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of June is 41 degrees. The low recorded temperature in Denver on June First averages 22 degrees Fahrenheit and the low temperature on the final day of June averages 16 degrees.
Denver usually receives an average of 1.56 inches of rain during June. June Denver Weather records indicated that on June 11, 1970 Denver received 3.16 inches of precipitation, the most rain recorded in a single day in June.