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Comments about the weather
... Anyone who cites it as cold or boring hasn't tried hard enough ...Read full comment
... The weather here is pretty nice all the time with random snow thrown in ...Read full comment
... The campus is absolutely gorgeous and the weather is great ...Read full comment
... Oh, and it's early January and the coldest it's gotten is 29 ...Read full comment
... The campus is just beautiful, the weather much better than Ivy's, the teachers awesome and the social life diverse and vibrant ...Read full comment
... As a bonus, the weather is far better than almost any other great school ...Read full comment
Avg Number of daylight hours
12.3
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
4.7
Avg % of day spent cloudy
61.5%
Avg % of day spent precipitating
6.6%
Windchill Minimum
-6.7F
Minimum Temperature
10.4F
Average Temperature
53.9F
Maximum Temperature
100.4F

Temperatures, Precipitation, and Sunshine on campus

Check below to read averages, minimums, and about daylight on the DU campus.

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During the School Year

*all schools based on a 250 day school year
Daylight
Avg Number of daylight hours12.3 hrs
Avg % of day spent cloudy61.5%
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
(subtracting away average cloudiness)
4.7 hrs
Precipitation
Avg % of day spent precipitating6.6%
Temperatures
Average Temperature53.9F
Maximum Temperature100.4F
Minimum Temperature10.4F
Windchill Minimum-6.7F
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