in Colorado Springs are mild. Uncomfortable extremes in either winter
or summer are rare in this dry alpine climate. The Rocky Mountains capture
most of the precipitation
from east-moving storm systems, giving the Pikes Peak region dry and
sunny weather during most of the year. School and business activities,
including construction, are rarely disrupted due to bad weather.
of Sunshine (annual average): 250
Average Humidity: 50%
Precipitation (water equivalent): 15.42"
November: 5.5", December: 5.7", January: 5.0", February:
5.1", March: 9.4", April: 6.3"
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