Denver Weather

Denver Weather

The climate in Denver is relatively mild, with temperatures averaging in the high 50s during the day and below freezing during the night. It gets about 15mm of precipitation a month and has 6.5 hours of sunshine per day. The average speed of the wind is 15 kph (9 mph). The temperatures range from -0.4 degC (31 degF) to 6.7 degC (44.1 degF) in winter, and from 6.4 degC (37.1 degF) in summer.

Temperatures are cool at night and hot during the day

The climate of Denver is influenced by the chinook wind which blows from the Rocky Mountains. This wind boosts the temperature of the city by several degrees during the day. During winter, the temperature in Denver can fall below freezing, while during summer, the temperature can rise by more than 10 degrees. In Denver, the average temperature is around 32 degC, while the maximum and minimum temperatures rarely drop below 70 degrees.

Precipitation is not abundant

Denver has a fairly mild climate. It receives approximately 15 millimeters (6.5 inches) of precipitation per month and has a pleasant 15 kph (9 mph) average wind speed. It experiences two distinct seasons, with the driest period occurring in the winter. Meanwhile, the wettest period occurs in the summer. During the winter, precipitation is typically scarce, but the city does receive a fair amount of snowfall, averaging 125 cm (49.5 inches) per year.

The length of the day is 6.6 months

The length of the day in Denver varies considerably throughout the year. The shortest day is December 21, and the longest day is June 21. The length of the day is measured in hours, not minutes. The black line shows the number of hours that the Sun is visible in Denver, while the color bands show when the day is full day, twilight, or night.

Tornado damage is rare

A tornado in a developed area is unlikely to cause extensive damage to a building, but the damage that it does do can be devastating. Tornadoes damage a structure through exposure to strong winds and impact from flying debris. Think of a tornado as a huge blender filled with millions of small and large projectiles, including tree branches, small rocks, and even cars. Even a small tornado can cause significant damage if a dump truck is stuck in the building.

The windier part of the year lasts for 5.4 months

The windiest part of the year lasts for 5.4 consecutive months, with average wind speeds in Denver International Airport exceeding 8.2 miles per hour. In contrast, the calmer part of the year lasts for 6.6 months. The most windy month is March, with an average hourly wind speed of 9.1 miles per hour.

The perceived humidity level is 0%

The average humidity in Denver is not particularly high or low throughout the year. This report is based on a statistical analysis of hourly weather reports and historical model reconstructions. This information is derived for the months of January to December and for the years 1961 to 1990. The daily humidity figures are an average of humidity readings taken every three hours. Morning percentages are measured at eight am and afternoon percentages are measured at five pm local standard time.