The average elevation in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah, as well as the average elevation difference between those three states and Colorado, are all within one foot of each other.

According to the National Weather Service, the elevation difference in Colorado is 1.5 feet, while in New Mexico, it’s 4 feet.

In Utah, it is 7 feet.

The difference between New Mexico’s and Colorado’s elevation is about the same as the difference between Utah’s and New Mexico City.

This is an extremely stable situation, according to Weather Underground meteorologist John Nielsen-Gammon.

It’s very easy to get up to a temperature of 80 degrees in Colorado Springs, he said.

And if you go out and you’re walking up a hill, the weather will hold it there for a while, and then you’ll be back at 90 degrees, he added.

It does take some of the heat out of the atmosphere, but there’s nothing that’s really threatening, he told us.

“If the temperature drops, then you can get up and run and then it goes back down again.”

Colorado is known for its cold winters, but the summer months are particularly brutal.

In the winter, it gets a little warmer.

The average summer temperature is usually below zero Fahrenheit.

The hottest temperature in July was in May, when it hit 107 degrees.

But the average for the entire year was 105 degrees, which was still below the seasonal average.

This summer, the average is about 73 degrees, according the Weather Underground database.

That’s just a couple of degrees below the historical average.

The summer heat wave of late summer and fall is often blamed for Colorado’s long, cold winters.

But that doesn’t mean we don’t get a lot of snow in July.

This year, the National Snow and Ice Data Center said that snowfall in July will average more than 6 inches in Colorado.

And while the weather in Colorado can be tough, it can also be quite pleasant.

We’re getting some of our winter snow, too, thanks to some of Colorado’s biggest cities including Denver and Boulder.

In addition to being the largest city in the country, Boulder is the state capital, and is known as the ski capital of the world because of its ski resorts and surrounding mountains.

The Colorado Ski Areas Association reported in 2015 that the city’s winter snowpack was at more than 9 billion gallons, which is the equivalent of almost 14 million Olympic-sized swimming pools.

But we’ve already seen snowfall over 5 billion gallons in Boulder during this past week, according and we’re still getting more snow than that, said meteorologist Ben Koll.

Koll said that while the snowpack in Colorado isn’t the biggest in the nation, it isn’t even the second largest in the world.

The largest snowpack on record in Colorado was 1.1 billion gallons.

It was recorded in November 2015, according a website called The Avalanche Chronicles.

That snowpack is still in the process of building up, but is expected to reach about 1 billion gallons by the end of this week.

Kallen said the snowfall will probably stay on the lower end of what’s expected.