May is the month known for springtime rains along the Front Range. On average the month can come through with 2.12 inches of precipitation. Making it the wettest month on average for Denver. Followed up by July, April and August.
After starting the month of April worried about high fire danger and the lack of winter moisture the month of April came through like gangbusters with moisture-packed snowstorms every week, CBS4 meteorologist Dave Aguilera writes.
Climatologists at Colorado State University want some help in tracking what promises to be another dry summer.
Farming is big business in Colorado and spring planting is just around the corner. After a dry winter recent moisture has been a godsend, but farmers are still worried about this year’s water supply.
The outlook for a major change in Colorado’s drought is uncertain even though holiday storms have improved the mountain snowpack, a climate researcher said Thursday.
The big thunderstorms of Wednesday were wonderful moisture makers.
Normally the Front Range gets about 5 inches of snow on average in February.
Precipitation for the month of December was only measured at 0.22 inches in Colorado. The norm is 0.63 inches.
The latest edition of “The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts a rough winter for Colorado. But how accurate are those predictions? That’s a Good Question.