Dry start to April, still plenty of time for snow1 min read
DENVER (KDVR) — So far it’s been a dry start to spring in Denver. At this point, the snowpack isn’t a concern and there is still plenty of time to pick up snowfall this season.
As of April 12, 2023, the Denver area has picked up 46.9 inches of snow. This is 8.3 inches behind the 55.2 inches of snow that we usually pick up through the month of April.
In January, the Denver area picked up 13 inches of snow, which is double the 6.5 inches usually picked up in January. February on the other hand was much drier. That month, Denver only picked up 4.7 inches of snowfall instead of the normal 7.8 inches.
March and April are typically Denver’s snowiest months. However, Denver only saw 5.1 inches of…
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