Thursday, April 7, 2011

The Average Climate In Red Rocks, Morrison, CO

Morrison is a growing entertainment city. Its history, and of course the Red Rocks Park, and the Amphitheater attract its visitors coming from all over around the world.
The average climate at Red Rocks is very cold in the winter. The Temperature is in the 20s, and it's also mild in the summer temperature is in the 60s.
This graph shows us the average temperatures in Morrison. You can see that July is the warmest month of the year when it's over 80 degree Fahrenheit daily compare to US, which is slidely a little bit above.  Morrison's coldest month is January during the  twelve months period. Temperature is in the 9 to 10 degree Fahrenheit minimum.  The mix temperatures between night and day "tend to be relatively big during summer with a difference that can reach 35 degrees Fahrenheit, and relatively big during winter with an average difference of 34 degrees Fahrenheit." 

The average precipitation is nearly 3 inches of rainfall in May and annual is 21. 80 inches. 

Snowfall is above 9 inches in March and slide goes down to 0 inches in June to August, and goes back up over  5 inches from September through February.

Tornado activity:

"Morrison-area historical tornado activity is above Colorado state average. It is 55% greater than the overall U.S. average."

All graphs and info are from in the following sites 

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