Denver approaching record precipitation for June |

Denver approaching record precipitation for June

The Associated Press
Aspen, CO Colorado

DENVER – Denver is one-tenth of an inch away from a precipitation record in June.

The National Weather Service says that as of Friday, 4.86 inches of water had been measured at Denver International Airport for the month, which is 3.52 inches above normal.

The wettest June on record for Denver was in 1882, when 4.96 inches of moisture was collected.

For the year, 10.38 inches of water has been measured at the airport as of Friday.

Average precipitation for Denver for the whole year is 15.81 inches.

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