Winter days in the Denver area are generally a combination of warm sun and crisp air. Daytime temperatures can vary from below freezing to above 60 degrees (though they generally range between 40 and 60 degrees), so layers of medium-weight clothing, together with a warm jacket or overcoat, are desirable.
Many may think that Denver weather is full of snow, but that’s actually not true. Snow falls infrequently in Denver and usually disappears quickly; however, a pair of boots should be included in the wardrobe. Remember, because Denver weather is typically mild and dry, golf and tennis can be enjoyed year-round!
Wintertime in the mountains can become very cool, but warm sunshine frequently makes the heaviest clothing unnecessary. Nevertheless, and particularly for evenings in the mountains, thermal underwear and very warm outer clothing, such as heavy sweaters, ski jackets, and warm-up pants, are advisable.
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