A Warm October So Far

October of 2014 has been unusually warm so far across south central and southeast Colorado. With only days left in the month, the average temperature in Alamosa, Colorado Springs and Pueblo are all running well above average, although they still remain well below the warmest October on record.

   

Maximum October Avg Temperature 
for Alamosa, CO
Rank
Value
Ending Date
Missing Days
1 49.5 1950-10-31 0
2 48.8 1963-10-31 0
3 47.4 1933-10-31 0
4 47.3 2003-10-31 0
5 47.1 1954-10-31 0
6 47.1 2014-10-31 2
7 47.0 1947-10-31 0
8 46.6 1972-10-31 0
9 46.2 1934-10-31 0
10 46.1 1988-10-31 0
11 45.9 2005-10-31 0
12 45.8 1940-10-31 0
13 45.7 1979-10-31 0
14 45.7 1962-10-31 0
15 45.7 1944-10-31 0
Maximum October Avg Temperature 
for Colorado Springs, CO
Rank
Value
Ending Date
Missing Days
1 58.2 1963-10-31 0
2 57.5 1950-10-31 0
3 55.3 1934-10-31 0
4 54.1 1921-10-31 0
5 54.0 2014-10-31 2
6 53.9 2003-10-31 0
- 53.9 1962-10-31 0
8 53.7 2010-10-31 0
9 53.3 1933-10-31 1
10 53.2 1940-10-31 0
11 53.0 1945-10-31 0
12 53.0 1988-10-31 0
13 52.9 1965-10-31 0
- 52.9 1938-10-31 0
15 52.9 1931-10-31 0
Maximum October Avg Temperature 
for Pueblo, CO
Rank
Value
Ending Date
Missing Days
1 61.0 1963-10-31 0
2 60.0 1950-10-31 0
3 59.2 1934-10-31 0
4 57.9 1968-10-31 0
5 57.2 1938-10-31 0
6 57.1 1974-10-31 1
7 57.0 1956-10-31 0
8 56.6 1962-10-31 0
9 56.6 1933-10-31 0
10 56.5 2003-10-31 0
11 56.5 2014-10-31 2
12 56.4 1947-10-31 0
13 56.4 1921-10-31 0
14 56.3 1940-10-31 0
15 56.2 1981-10-31 0

With temperatures expected to be around seasonal averages for the last days of the month, the monthly average temperature for all locales will likely decrease. However,  October 2014 in Alamosa and Colorado Springs will likely be one of the top 10 warmest Octobers on record, with October of 2014 in Pueblo likely being one of the top 15 warmest Octobers on record.



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