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September 27 to October 3: This week in Denver weather history

Sunday, September 27th, 2020 6:02am MDT

With the end of summer and the arrival of fall, looking back at Denver weather history we start to see more mentions of snow.  It is of course not the only notable weather event this time of year.  We still have received severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, and 90 degree plus heat. From the National Weather […]

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September 20 to September 26: This week in Denver weather history

Sunday, September 20th, 2020 4:56am MDT

Looking back at this week in Denver history we start to see more of the signs that summer is coming to an end and fall and winter are right around the corner.  Summer-like severe weather can still occur but we also start to see more cold temperatures and occasions with snow become more prevalent. From […]

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September 13 to September 19: This week in Denver weather history

Sunday, September 13th, 2020 4:47am MDT

Weather conditions in Colorado can of course vary greatly and we always see that in our weekly look back in the history books.  For this week, we see a dizzying array of weather events from record setting temperatures in the 90’s and summer-like thunderstorms with tornadoes to an early arrival of winter that brought a […]

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September 6 to September 12: This week in Denver weather history

Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 11:27am MDT

Colorado weather is certainly varied and this week’s look back at weather history proves that.  We have seen everything from deadly lightning, hail and severe winds to even snow during the second week of September.  Most notably however were the devastating – and deadly – floods of 2013. 1-7 In 1978…the temperature reached 90 degrees […]

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Multiple high temperature records broken on September 5

Saturday, September 5th, 2020 6:24pm MDT

While snow and cold are on the horizon, that will wait and until then, we continue to experience extraordinarily warm weather. Today, September 5, Denver actually broke three records. As measured at Denver International Airport, the high temperature topped out at 101 degrees. This easily bested the record high temperature for the date of 98 […]

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September snow in Denver is not entirely uncommon

Friday, September 4th, 2020 9:40am MDT

There is lots of talk (and hype!) about next week’s storm and the potential for our first snowfall of the season. While it is somewhat unusual to get snow so early in the season, it is far from unprecedented and not near as rare as you might think. Whipping out the weather history books, we […]

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August 30 to September 5: This week in Denver weather history

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020 5:09am MDT

As always, when looking at weather history we are reminded of the varied and sometimes dangerous weather conditions we have here in Colorado.  Our look this week we see high temperatures soaring to 97 degrees but also we see the earliest snowfall on record. From the National Weather Service: 19-30 In 1875…grasshoppers appeared in great […]

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Thornton’s September weather preview: Usually a calm, pleasant month

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020 3:01am MDT

Following an August that was unseasonably warm and dry, we find ourselves heading into September hoping for relief.  The month can bring plenty of rain and even our first snow of the season but more often than not, it is one of the most pleasant along the Colorado Front Range. As temperatures start to drop, […]

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September 2019 weather recap: Thornton sees another very warm, very dry month

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019 10:03am MDT

For the second month in a row, Thornton saw temperatures well above normal and precipitation well below average. While the first half of 2019 started out cool and wet, the second appears to be headed the opposite direction. High pressure was the dominating feature for the month. This served to keep precipitation away and colder […]

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September 29 to October 5: This Week in Denver Weather History

Monday, September 30th, 2019 4:03am MDT

While it appears Denver will escape September snow, our look back at this week in weather history shows that isn’t always the case. Additionally, while not common, even early fall can bring severe weather with damaging wind, lightning and even tornadoes. From the National Weather Service: 28-29 In 1959…one of the heaviest September snow storms […]

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