Denver, CO has a longitude of -104.9 degrees and a latitude of 39.8 degrees.
Denver, CO has temperatures that can go as high as 82.3 °F in June, 87.7 °F in July, and 85.9 °F in August. The hottest month is typically July.
Denver, CO also has temperatures that can go as low as 17.5 °F in December, 19.4 °F in January, and 21.2 °F in February. The coldest month is typically December.
The wettest month for Denver, CO is August with 6.0 inches of rain.
The annual weather and monthly temperature averages for highs and lows are presented in the table below. The weather values used to interpolate these values are provided by the US NAOO weather station values from the last 10 years.
|Average High (°F)||44.6||46.4||53.5||62.5||71.5||82.3||87.7||85.9||76.9||66.2||53.6||44.6|
|Average Low (°F)||19.4||21.2||28.3||35.5||44.5||53.5||58.8||57.0||48.1||37.4||26.5||17.5|
|Average Precipitation (in)||1.0||1.0||3.0||4.0||5.0||4.0||4.1||6.0||2.0||3.0||1.0||2.0|
The climate of Colorado is more complex than states outside of the Mountain States region. Unlike most other states, southern Colorado is not always warmer than northern Colorado. Most of Colorado is made up of mountains, foothills, high plains, and desert lands. Mountains and surrounding valleys greatly affect local climate. Colorado is a mixture of high plains in the North and predominantly mountains and desert in the south.
In reality, each climate is unique and finding one that is suitable can be a real challenge! We hope that the information here can be the starting point of your weather and climate research for your next vacation or potentially next home.
We hope you use this information to make your travel plans to Denver, CO or decide if living in the Denver climate is the right choice for you!