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September 22 to September 28: This Week in Denver Weather History

Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 5:03am MDT

As fall begins the weather changes and as much as we may not like it, snow is not too far off. Our look back at this week in Denver weather history shows a number of early season snow events, including one that dumped an astonishing 16.5 inches. From the National Weather Service: 20-22 In 1902…a […]

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September 15 to September 21: This Week in Denver Weather History

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019 5:57am MDT

Denver’s famously highly-variable weather is very evident in our look back at this week in Denver weather history. Scorching hot temperatures, tornadoes, damaging wind and rain and even significant snowfall all have been seen during this time of year. From the National Weather Service: 11-16 In 2013…a deep southerly flow over Colorado… Ahead of a […]

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September 8 to September 14: This Week in Denver Weather History

Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 2:59pm MDT

Our look back at this week in Denver weather history has stories of extremes from early season snowfall to wildfires to dangerous lightning and flooding. From the National Weather Service: 5-9 In 1988…layers of smoke aloft from large forest fires in Yellowstone National Park completely obliterated the sun at times. At Stapleton International Airport…surface visibility […]

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September 1 to September 7: This Week in Denver Weather History

Sunday, September 1st, 2019 5:04am MDT

September usually means the end to the dog days of summer and oftentimes is one of our most pleasant months. Our look back at this week in Denver weather history shows that isn’t always the case however as we have seen flooding rains, hail, powerful winds and even the earliest snowfall on record in the […]

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September 22 to September 28: This Week in Denver Weather History

Friday, September 27th, 2013 8:30am MDT

As fall begins the weather changes and as much as we may not like it, snow is not too far off. Our look back at this week in Denver weather history shows a number of early season snow events, including one that dumped an astonishing 16.5 inches. From the National Weather Service: 20-22 In 1902…a […]

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September 15 to September 21: This Week in Denver Weather History

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 7:50am MDT

Denver’s famously highly-variable weather is very evident in our look back at this week in Denver weather history. Scorching hot temperatures, tornadoes, damaging wind and rain and even significant snowfall all have been seen during this time of year. From the National Weather Service: 15 In 1921…rainfall of 0.02 inch was the only measurable precipitation […]

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September 8 to September 14: This Week in Denver Weather History

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 4:02pm MDT

Our look back at this week in Denver weather history has stories of extremes from early season snowfall to wildfires to dangerous lightning and flooding. From the National Weather Service: 5-9 In 1988…layers of smoke aloft from large forest fires in Yellowstone National Park completely obliterated the sun at times. At Stapleton International Airport…surface visibility […]

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September 1 to September 7: This Week in Denver Weather History

Thursday, September 5th, 2013 4:38pm MDT

September usually means the end to the dog days of summer and oftentimes is one of our most pleasant months. Our look back at this week in Denver weather history shows that isn’t always the case however as we have seen flooding rains, hail, powerful winds and even the earliest snowfall on record in the […]

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