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your first stop for all things pertaining to Colorado's climate. Our top menu will guide you to all
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Everything you need to know about Colorado's climate. How do geography and the mountains
play a role in controlling our climate? Does El Niño really affect our weather? What's
this monsoon thing I hear about every summer?
Download temperature, precipitation, and snowfall observations across Colorado, from National
Weather Service Cooperative Network (COOP) stations. Our updated
data access page is powered by ACIS. Easily grab daily, monthly, or annual values for a station's
entire period of record, and in most cases up to as recent as yesterday.
Get Colorado maps of the most recent (1 day, 7 day, month-to-date, 30 day, year-to-date, etc.)
precipitation and temperature observations. Also view departures from average for temperature,
and percent of average for precipitation.
Easily view our state's long-term average temperature and precipitation. Quickly display
different types of extremes across the state, or download extremes for a specific station. View
our states official and unofficial records. Learn more about our climate during specific
holidays. Read more details about Colorado's infamous historic extreme events.
Our staff (with the support of NOAA's NIDIS
dedicated to regularly monitoring drought and water conditions across the
state of Colorado and surrounding regions. Visit our weekly drought summary page, register
to attend one of our webinars, or search through our archives.
One of the main goals of the Colorado Climate Center is to effectively communicate climate
to a broad range of audiences. While we continue to provide data and maps, we also strive
to provide tools and products that make that data more meaningful to its users. Keep
checking our Tools page for the news on products we're developing, or use the tools we've