Denver Weather In October
The highest recorded temperature for Denver for the past 68 years in October was 89 degrees Fahrenheit, on October 16, 1991, and the normal high is 66. The lowest documented temperature in October for Denver for the past 68 years was 3 most recently measured on October 13, 1969, while the typical low recorded temperature is 36.
United States National Weather Service historical Denver October weather data indicates that on October 31, 2002, the measured high temperature did not exceed 20 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Denver in the past 68 years. NWS data also shows that on October 3, 1954, the lowest measured temperature on that day did not drop below 60 degrees, the highest low temperature measured in Denver in the last 68 years.
According to the National Weather Service, the high temperature in Denver in October on the first day of the month averages 48 degrees and the high on the last day of the month averages 41 degrees. The average recorded low temperature in Denver on October First is 22 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low on the last day of October is 16 degrees.
Denver receives an average of 0.99 inches of precipitation during October. October Denver Weather records indicate that on October 18, 1960 Denver received 1.58 inches of precipitation, the highest amount of rain recorded in a single day in October. Denver averages 3.7 inches of snow in October. The highest snowfall on a single day in October was 11.8 inches on October 24, 1997.