Denver breaks low temperature record set 119 years ago

Record low for the second day in a row.

Denver International Airport set a record low temp yesterday of 12F, according to the National Weather Service. The previous low temp for April 17 of 13F was set in 1901.

DIA also set a record low on Thursday when reaching 19 degrees, breaking the old record of 22 degrees.

On Thursday, Northern Colorado was on a Winter Storm Warning with 14 inches of snowfall in Fort Collins and 12 inches in Denver.

Thursday pushed Boulder into the record snowfall mark after they received 12.1 inches of snow, according to Denver Post and Patch.

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Denver International Airport Sets Record Low Temps Friday Morning

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link


3 thoughts on “Denver breaks low temperature record set 119 years ago”

  1. Believe there is a Boulder Cr. Cam. Nephew in Lyons shoveled all night and plowed all day. Better him than me! For now I’ll ski !

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