Category: Climate Summary

January 2017 In The Books! – Castle Rock Weather

January 2017 is in the books and what a month it was! We saw a little bit of everything from snow to strong and damaging Chinook winds. Just another roller coaster month in Castle Rock’s weather history. January 2017 Finished Cooler and Only Slightly Drier Than Average The month overall had big swings in tempreature …

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Castle Rock’s November 2016 Weather Summary

In the world of Meteorology, December 1 marks the first day of the winter season. Meteorological seasons are different from astronomical seasons (the normal equinoxes and solstices.) Weather folk break down the seasons more by the temperature patterns and the type of weather seen in those months. With that, let’s take a quick look at …

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Labor Day Weekend Weather Outlook

  If you have plans to be out and about this weekend we got you covered! There are several events going on in Castle Rock, Denver and around the state! It’s all good news, Saturday looks like the only slight chance for storms (low probability) and Sunday and Monday look gorgeous with most of the …

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August 2016 Ends Up Cooler and Drier Than Average for Castle Rock

August 2016 was full of surprises and possibly indicates that our fall weather pattern is beginning to establish! September is one of our driest months of the year so should it behave normally we could be in for more dry weather ahead. Here’s the latest on where August 2016 finished in terms of temperature and precipitation: Summary …

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June 2016 Climate Summary for Castle Rock

June 2016 was warmer than average by all accounts. How much warmer? Well it wouldn’t be bold to say it was a scorcher. When looking at the daily mean temperatures (an average of the daytime high and nighttime low temperature) through the month, June finished above average on almost every day! Temperature Stats Castle Rock …

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