Depere Wisconsin Weather

At this time of year, the weather in De Pere is far too cold to be pleasant for warm weather travellers. There are often times when fresh powder is deep, as on January 15th, when you can go for a few hours in the snow and with snowshoes to the top of the mountain.

The coldest day of the year is January 29, with an average low of 11C and a high of 3C. The cold season lasts 3.2 months, and at least half of the snow falls in the winter months of December, February, March, April, May and June.

The hottest day of the year is July 19, with an average high of 27C and a low of 17C. The hottest time of the year in cool water lasts 5.1 months, the hottest temperature in the summer months of June, July and August 4.5 months. This time, the cool water lasts 5 and 1 / 2 months; the day in the warmest water of this year is August 17 with an average temperature of 20ADEGC. It is March 10 with average temperatures of -1ADGEGC, the coldest on the same day on March 11, at -2ADgeGGC or below.

The warmest season lasts 3.7 months, the hottest time of the year in the summer months of June, July and August 4.5 months and the coldest month of this year 2.8 months.

If you are looking for a very warm time to visit De Pere, the hottest months are July, August and then June. If you're looking for dry weather, it's February, January, then March and the coldest month of the year is 2.5 months. According to this calculation, a "very warm" season for a visit to De - Pere is from early July to mid-August.

The rainy season lasts 11 months, with 31 days of precipitation from January to June, then until July, August, September, October and November. Most precipitation falls in the first half of this year, 31 days around January 5, and most snowfalls fall in the second half, 30 days, around June 15. Snowfall lasts 5.2 months, and from February to March, an average of 1.5 inches falls per month, and 2.4 inches in June and October.

Very large amounts of snow are in deep February, especially at the end of December, and very small amounts at the beginning of March. Some weather stations report that it rained from the beginning to the middle of May - from May to the middle of May - but there were only a few days of rain in late April and early May.

To describe how pleasant the weather was in De Pere this year, I calculated two travel values. At the upper end of the spectrum is usually colder, drier snow, but with humidity, temperatures feel cold for about half the year. Note that a value of 0.0 in the snow horizon below the scale means that there is no snow or snow is not reported.

For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of De Pere are 1.5 miles north - east of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, and 1 mile south - west of Waukesha County. The area is filled with a blue line from north to east and a red line from west. It is covered by clouds, but the area fills with a green line, with an area of blue on the left and an orange line on the right.

For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of De Pere are 1.5 miles north - east of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, and 1 mile south - west of Waukesha County.

For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of De Pere are 1.5 miles north - east of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, and 1 mile south - west of Waukesha County.

For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of De Pere are 1.5 miles north - east of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, and 1 mile south - west of Waukesha County.

For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of De Pere are 1.5 miles north - east of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, and 1 mile south - west of Waukesha County.

For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of De Pere are 1.5 miles north - east of the city of Madison, Wisconsin, and 1 mile south - west of Waukesha County.

Precipitation accumulated over a moving period of 31 days around one day a year is considered precipitation and is shown in the chart below, which shows the average annual precipitation for De Pere, Waukesha County and Madison, Wisconsin. Snowfall accumulating over the course of a slide - over 31 days of the year on that day - is considered precipitation. Wet days differ in the presence or absence of rain on the same day or in a combination of wet and dry days. We are seeing significant seasonal variations throughout the year, but not as much as in other parts of Wisconsin or the United States.

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