Kathy A. Torline-Nordstrom
ERA Herman Group Real Estate
Serving Colorado Springs
Brrrrrrrrr– It’s cold outside
As I sit down to write this, it’s a balmy -4 degrees outside. We typically get a week or two or really cold weather in the Colorado Springs area, but it’s not the norm.
It got me to thinking about weather and the importance of weather when thinking about moving to Colorado Springs. I did some research on average weather temperatures in Colorado Springs, as well as researched average snowfall and average precipitation in the area. Hope you find find the info helpful. If you want even more info, check out the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office.
Here’s also some facts about Colorado Springs weather included on the National Weather Service web site:
- First freeze is usually around October 1st. It has been as early as September 1st.
- Average date of last freeze is May 8th. It has been as late as June 18th.
- There is a 44% chance of snowfall on the ground during Christmas.
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For even more information, contact Kathy Torline by calling or texting 719-287-1049, or email [email protected]