Persistent upper level troughs over the Intermountain-West combined with plenty of Gulf moisture Results in cool wet month for the Denver Metro.
Precipitation: Precipitation for the month of June at Denver International Airport was 6.10 inches, which is much above the normal of 1.94 inches. This makes June 2023, the wettest June in Denver Weather History and the 6th wettest month of all time since records have been taken way back in 1872. There were 15 days with measurable precipitation during the month. The 1.85 inches of precipitation that fell on the 21st is the greatest daily amount for the month. This amount shattered the precipitation record for the date which previously was 0.85 inches way back in 1947. No snow fell during the month.
Ten Wettest June`s in Denver Weather History Since 1872:
6.10 inches 2023
4.96 inches 1882
4.86 inches 2009
4.69 inches 1967
4.14 inches 1965
3.99 inches 2005
3.95 inches 2003...1949
3.83 inches 1970
3.59 inches 1963
Temperatures: The average temperature at Denver International Airport for the month was 64.2 degrees F, which is 4.0 degrees below normal. The warmest June on record occurred in 2012 with an average monthly temperature of 75.0 degrees f. The coldest June on record was 60.6 degrees back in 1967. There was only 1 day during the month in which the temperature reached or exceeded the 90 degree mark. This is the fewest 90 degree days for June since 2009 when no 90 degree days were recorded.
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