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Posts Tagged ‘Cold Temperatures’

Colorado Winter Weather Preparedness Week introduction

Sunday, October 16th, 2022 5:30am MST

Winter weather in Colorado can be an inconvenience but more than that it can be deadly.  Emergency preparedness for major winter storms – as well as for other types of severe weather – is an important part of living in a state where conditions can change wildly from one moment to the next. To help […]

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Californians struggle with “bitter cold” temperatures

Monday, January 14th, 2013 7:23pm MST

While northeastern Colorado deals with unusually cold temperatures stubbornly dropping below freezing and even 0°, California has been seeing their own spell of “bitter cold” weather.  Of course their definition of “cold” and ours are quite different as highlighted in a clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live. Somehow we here at ThorntonWeather.com aren’t feeling too much […]

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So how cold did it get in Thornton? Cold enough to freeze boiling water instantly

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 4:27pm MST

To say it has been cold would be a major understatement.  Yesterday Denver’s “high” temperature only reached -2 degrees and this morning DIA dropped to -17 degrees, one degree shy of the record low temperature for the date.  We decided to have a little fun with the cold weather in our Thornton backyard yesterday.  One […]

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Ready for snow and freezing temperatures? They can come at any time now

Friday, September 24th, 2010 4:57pm MST

Wednesday marked the first day of fall and while the forecast may not call for freezing temperatures or snow, it won’t be long before the Mile High City is faced with those conditions.  We have in fact already passed the earliest dates Denver has seen freezes and snow so they can arrive at any time.  […]

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