Fort Collins averages 48.1 inches of snow per year. Denver averages 60.2 inches of snow per year.... read more ›
Fort Collins averages 48 inches of snow per year.
The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.... read more ›
Of all the places listed, Grand Junction is one of the warmest cities that doesn't get a ton of snow. Like most of the state, Grand Junction has a semi-arid climate and sits in a large area of high desert in western Colorado.... see details ›
Colorado Springs has 2.5% or 6 more Sunny Days than Fort Collins. Colorado Springs gets more snow 57.1 inches vs 48.1 inches for Fort Collins every twelve months.... continue reading ›
1. Crested Butte, CO. While the Crested Butte Mountain Resort just escaped our top ten list with 253” of annual snowfall, the town itself ranks as the snowiest place in Colorado with 216.6” of snow each year.... continue reading ›
Out There Colorado lists Crested Butte as #1 in the state for annual snowfall. They put the town at 216.6 inches annually.... view details ›
The month with the most snow in Fort Collins is March, with an average snowfall of 2.5 inches. The snowless period of the year lasts for 5.7 months, from April 24 to October 16. The least snow falls around July 20, with an average total accumulation of 0.0 inches.... read more ›
Daily high temperatures increase by 4°F, from 45°F to 49°F, rarely falling below 22°F or exceeding 62°F. The lowest daily average high temperature is 40°F on December 30. Daily low temperatures are around 22°F, rarely falling below 3°F or exceeding 36°F.... read more ›
Fortunately, there is one city with the best weather in Colorado. The city in Colorado that has the best weather is Canon City. Canon City is a small town located about a two-hour drive away from Colorado's capital, Denver. It is part of the Royal Gorge Region and is near the Arkansas River and the Rocky Mountains.... view details ›
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- Sterling. Sterling is a small city in northeastern Colorado with nearly 15,000 residents.
Colorado, Utah and Wyoming could be as dry as Arizona in the future, study says. A new study finds that the upper Colorado River basin is drying out due to climate change. This means in the future, parts of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming could more closely resemble Arizona and the desert Southwest.... read more ›
U.S. News and World Report: Boulder is best place to live; Fort Collins in top 20.... see more ›
While temperatures fluctuate throughout the year in most U.S. states, there are some that see averages around 70-degree weather year-round. These states include Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and New Mexico.... see more ›
1. Vermont. Vermont receives more snow per year than any other state with an average of 89.25 inches. Vermont sees about 54 days of snow annually.... see details ›
|Resort||True Snow*||Months w/ more than 90 inches|
|Wolf Creek CO||387"||27.1%|
|Winter Park CO||347"||10.4%|
The coldest temperature on record in Colorado is minus 61 degrees, which was recorded on Feb. 1, 1985 in Maybell. Antero Reservoir recorded minus 50 degrees in Dec. 2020.... see details ›
The US average is 38.1 inches of rain per year. Colorado Springs averages 57.3 inches of snow per year. Denver averages 60.2 inches of snow per year.... see more ›
When it comes to seasonal averages, Mount Rainier has the most snowfall in the United States — 671 inches, or nearly 56 feet, per year. This mountain is also part of the Washington Cascades, and it is second only to Mount Baker for the record of highest annual snowfall in the United States.... see details ›
The mountains nearest to Denver and along the continental divide can see the deepest snow from storms that linger to the southeast of Colorado and create winds from the east. These easterly winds strike the continental divide head on and create lots of snow.... read more ›
Lowest vs Highest Elevation in Colorado
To give you a base for elevations in Colorado, Denver sits at an elevation of 5,280 feet (the Mile High City). Fort Collins to the north is similar at 5,003 ft and Colorado Springs to the south is higher at 6,035 ft.... see more ›
A &E television rated Fort Collins one of the “10 best Cities to Have It All,” Money Magazine ranked it, “one of the top ten best places to retire,” MSN.com rated Fort Collins as one of the “Top Five Places to Retire,” and Loveland/Fort Collins is the number one, “Best Place to Reinvent Your Life,” according to AARP ...... see details ›