Longmont summer was slightly wetter than average

Longmont saw nearly 30% more rainfall this summer compared to last year, making the season slightly wetter than historic averages. According to the...

September 17, 2022
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Longmont saw nearly 30% more rainfall this summer compared to last year, making the season slightly wetter than historic averages. According to the Colorado Climate Center, Longmont saw just over 5 inches of rain in June, July and August. In 2021, the same three month span saw 3.87 inches of rain, while 2020 received 3.37 inches, 2019 saw 7.66 inches and 2018 got 5.5 inches. Temperature wise, the summer was hotter than average for Longmont with the July temperature average 91 degrees. Statewide, Colorado saw 0.

Amy Golden