Denver, CO Has Gone 62 Days Without Measurable Snowfall | The 4th Longest Period Of Time Since Records Began

Chris Wallner | | WeatherWeather
Denver’s longest streaks without snowfall. Image: NOAA Denver, CO

Denver, CO has currently gone 62 days without measureable snowfall (.1″ or Greater), which is the fourth longest period of time since records began. This takes in account periods of time from the first snowfall of the season through the last in late April.

Denver’s long term forecast. Image: NOAA

The extended forecast for Denver, CO isn’t looking good either. It consists of warm temperatures and almost no chance of precipitation. It’s time for winter to kick in and provide the area with cold temperatures and precipitation.


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