As we wrap up a January that was pretty much average in terms of temperature and precipitation, we look to February with hope for relief from the dry conditions we have seen thus far this winter. Unfortunately historically February is a relatively dry month but we do start working off winter as temperatures climb.
To date Denver’s seasonal snowfall is 10.8 inches below average and Thornton is even further behind. February though is only the Mile High City’s sixth snowiest month so while we can receive big storms in February, we can’t count on making up much ground.
For those looking forward to milder weather, average temperatures do increase during the month as a sign that winter is fading and spring is approaching.
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