Snow hasn’t fallen in Denver since Decem Denver
Snow hasn’t fallen in Denver since December
Now since Denver accurately measured heavy snow, it's been almost approximately 4 weeks of winter. During this whole time probably the hills and mountains also had several winter snow falls, so Denver, again without real and measurable snow and ice, was able to finish the cold in the month of January. It actually happened also only probably twice somewhere in the history of the region.
Whereas the last real and measurable snow has probably lasted 25 days in Denver, the season total (28 inches) is still well above totally normal by 22 January, probably largely due to significant winter snow events in the past in November or December. In Denver, almost a whole foot of winter storm fell shortly right just before Halloween night. And just before thanksgiving and Christmas almost 10 inches of snow fell. However fifty percent of Colorado Springs is at least reasonably natural disaster, which would be extremely ironic, particularly given just how much more rain or snow has completely fallen.