Map compiled by the
Colorado Climate Center using data
from NWS COOP, RAWS, CoCoRaHS, NRCS SNOTEL,
and CoAgMet stations. The heaviest concentration of precipitation starts around Colorado Springs and
extends north along the entire northern Colorado Front Range. Accumulations ranged from 4 inches to over 15 inches. For most of these
locations, the annual average rainfall amount is approximately 20 inches.
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