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Posts Tagged ‘october’

Thornton begins digging out from early winter storm

Friday, October 30th, 2009 8:31am MDT

A two-day storm that saw areas around Denver measuring snow in terms of feet has moved out of the area and onto the plains. The lingering effects of the storm will be felt Friday in terms of slick roads in Denver and blizzard conditions to the east. The early winter storm, while not entirely unusual, […]

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Incredible time lapse video – Thornton’s October 2009 snowstorm

Friday, October 30th, 2009 8:23am MDT

From the evening of October 27, 2009 through October 29, 2009, the Denver metro area was struck by a major, early winter snowstorm. The mountains and foothills to the immediate west of Denver were measuring the snowfall in feet while in the city more than a foot of snow fell in less than 72 hours.  […]

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Record setting cold in Denver kicks off October

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 4:07pm MDT

Two days in a row Denver has set or tied record low temperatures.  On Friday at 5:55am the temperature at Denver International Airport dropped to 26 degrees easily setting a new low temperature record for October 2nd. The previous record of 30 degrees was set in 1999 and also in 1959.  This was the first […]

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Preview of Thornton’s October Weather – Fall is Here

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 4:02pm MDT

With the first full month of fall here, October usually brings one of the quietest weather months in the Denver area with plenty of mild, sunny days and clear, cool nights. The month actually has our second highest amount of sunshine with 72 percent with September having the most with 74 percent. Interestingly enough, the […]

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NOAA says October hottest on record – Oops – Maybe not

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 6:56pm MDT

Scientists at NOAA and NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) announced last week that October global temperatures were the hottest on record.  Naturally this caused quite a bit of hubbub and had the global warming alarmists in quite an uproar.  As we wrote about previously, the year has been cooler than normal in North […]

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