Castle Rock CO Weather Center
This section features data, information and discussion for Castle Rock CO Weather.
- Live weather conditions from our Weather Station in the Meadows Subdivision in Castle Rock Colorado.
- A forecast put together with data straight from the National Weather Service office for Castle Rock, Colorado.
- From Tornadoes to blizzards, we take real time Watch, Warning and Advisory data from the National Weather Service and parse it for information pertinent to Castle Rock. As soon as the information is issued, it will appear on this site.
- We compile data from our weather station in Castle Rock and show the results here. Our posts summarize the month, how the weather went, precipitation measured versus average, temperature versus average and more.
About Castle Rock CO
Castle Rock experiences a semi-arid climate (Köppen BSk) with cold, dry, snowy winters and hot, wetter summers. On average, Castle Rock Weather equates to 18.79 inches (477 mm) of precipitation annually. Snowfall averages 61.8 inches (157 cm) per year. On average, January is the coldest month, July is the hottest month, and August is the month with the most precipitation. The hottest temperature recorded in Castle Rock was 99 °F (37 °C) in July 1973; the coldest temperature recorded was −35 °F (−37 °C) in January 1963.
Did You Know?
There is no official National Weather Service Weather station in the town of Castle Rock CO. The town of Castle Rock incorporates several of it’s own weather stations. These stations are not officially recognized as official reporting stations by the National Weather Service.
When you pull up weather data on your phone or tablet, that weather data usually comes from Centennial Airport. As we all know, the weather there can be drastically different than what is happening in town!
Mountain Wave Weather uses a Davis Vantage Vue Professional Weather station at our site in The Meadows. We collect data every 5 seconds and transmit it to our home server. Data is then transmitted to sites like Weather Underground and our own personal weather apps.