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Pueblo is not like other cities in Colorado (like Denver or Colorado Springs). Pueblo has nice warm summers that hit the high 90s at times. Although some days are warmer than others, the summer is usually pretty comfortable. The breezes can be cool, but the sun keeps you warm.
Pueblo is flat, so the winds do pick up! It starts getting colder around the middle of October—cold enough for the snow to stick; Pueblo gets about five feet of snow per year. In March, it warms up slightly, averaging 40 degrees outside, and it continues to warm up into the summer months.
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