How February snows have helped shape Colorado's 2019 - 2020 snow season

It's been a roller coaster winter for Colorado, and February was certainly no exception. January was warm and dry, and many people feared it signaled the end of winter and beginning of drought. But after a »

A look at Christmas Day extremes

Christmas is coming up, and usually, the question on everyone's mind is, "Will we have a White Christmas?" You've likely already read or seen several different articles addressing the statistical probability of snow on Christmas, including »

The weather and climate stories that shaped the last decade in Colorado

With 2019 coming to a close, we thought we'd take a look back at some of the most significant weather and climate stories from Denver and across Colorado over the last ten years. The one that »

Denver's top December snowstorms on record

December is historically Denver's third snowiest month which averages 8.1 inches of snowfall. There have been some noteworthy years for snowfall this month, including the Christmas storm in the early 80s. Here we take a »

Top 10 snowiest Novembers for Denver, select Front Range cities

Denver's long-running average is 7.5 inches of snow in November. This makes it the cities 5th snowiest month on average, behind December, February, March, and »

Third snowiest October for Stapleton, 4th Boulder, 5th Colorado Springs

Given no snow is expected today, the month will close at 12.5 inches of snowfall for Denver which is 12th highest of all 'official' Denver Octobers. That stat does compare several snowfall measurement sites, so »

Does above-average October snowfall indicate an above-average snow season to come?

The official snowfall total for Denver this October is 12.5". Measurements are taken at Denver International Airport, some 20 miles away from downtown Denver. At Stapleton, the tally for the month is 15.7", with »