Monday, September 27, 2021

Should Denver’s swimming pools and water parks be closed on Labor Day? This is what the weather tells us.

It is a well-known and accepted fact that late summer happens informally on Labor Day weekend.

For meteorologists, summer will end on August 31, while for astronomers and the rest of the world (Northern Hemisphere), summer will end on September 22 at the vernal equinox.

No matter what date you use as a bookmark for the end of summer, should we use any date to determine when our water fun in the sun ends?

If we did not use arbitrary dates to determine when the summer season ended, what would we use? The average last date for 80 degrees weather? Should the swimming pool be closed when the high temperature in the afternoon reaches more than 60 degrees?

All this requires debate, and in order to have a good debate, you need to understand the situation. Here are a few notable weather threshold dates that can be considered when considering the summer pool schedule.

For example, if Denver uses the date with an average temperature of 80 degrees on the last day as the date when the swimming pool is closed, the swimming pool will be closed on October 11.

Average last day of 80 degree weather around Denver

Denver: October 11
Boulders: October 9
Brighton: October 18
Longmont: October 15
Fort Collins: October 10
Loveland: October 16
century: October 11
Littleton: October 13

In theory, using these dates, the swimming pool will be closed more than a month later than Labor Day. Days with temperatures in the 1980s seem to be good days for swimming pools. Of course, there is a lot of logistics to keep the swimming pool open, but if the swimming pool is going to be open during the hot months, it means that it will still be hot throughout September.

So, what if we switch to a day with an average of 75 degrees in the past?

Average last day of 75 degree weather around Denver

Denver: October 27
Boulders: October 27
Brighton: November 1
Longmont: October 27
Fort Collins: October 29
Loveland: November 2
century: October 30
Littleton: November 3

At this point, these dates are a bit into the cool season. If the average maximum temperature is 75 degrees, it means that there are many days when the temperature is below that temperature. On the other hand, this also means that there are still some warm days, if not very hot. However, entering the swimming pool in November does seem counterintuitive.

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Okay, the last one. When will the average high temperature in Denver and its surrounding areas drop below 70 degrees? Some cheeky people may like to swim in 60 degrees weather-especially on sunny days-but this threshold starts to enter a field, and if a cold day occurs, the situation may not be so good. This may be this time of the year.

Average last day of 70 degree weather around Denver

Denver: November 15
Boulders: November 15
Brighton: November 18
Longmont: November 15
foot. Collins: November 10
Loveland: November 11
century: November 11
Littleton: November 15

Should Denver's swimming pools and water parks be closed on Labor Day? This is what the weather tells us.
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