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February 9 to February 15: This Week in Denver Weather History

Sunday, February 9th, 2020 5:41am MDT

Our look back at this week in Denver weather history contains many of the types of events we would expect to find. Periods of extended arctic chill, heavy snowstorms and damaging wind events. From the National Weather Service: 31-12 In 1899…a protracted cold spell lasted almost two weeks. Low temperatures plunged below zero on all […]

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February 2 to February 8: This Week in Denver Weather History

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 3:25am MDT

February is typically a relatively calm month with warming temperatures and not a lot of snow. As our look back at this week in Denver weather history clearly shows, that does not mean extremes of damaging wind, bitter cold and heavy snowfall can’t occur. From the National Weather Service: 30-7 In 1985…a cold front on […]

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Thornton’s February 2020 weather preview: Temps warm and not much snow

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020 5:18pm MDT

4February in Colorado typically brings to an end an extended period when average temperatures are at their lowest. Winter begins to loosen its grip and temperatures get warmer but precipitation is not a particularly common event during the month. Thus far, our snow season has been a mixed bag. We started fast in October and […]

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January 26 to February 1: This Week in Denver Weather History

Thursday, January 30th, 2020 3:06am MDT

As January comes to a close and February begins extreme weather continues to be possible. As we see in our look at this week in Denver weather history, damaging wind, bitter cold and snow have oftentimes wreaked havoc on the Front Range. From the National Weather Service: 22-26 In 1948…the longest period of snowfall on […]

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February 2019 weather recap: Thornton experiences a very cold, somewhat snowy month

Friday, March 1st, 2019 3:41pm MDT

Cold and snow. Those were certainly the operative words for the month of February 19. Thornton recorded its coldest February in the past 12 years and its snowiest month overall since March 2016. Mild temperatures started things off for the first four days of the month and fooled us into thinking of an early spring. […]

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February 2019 top shots: Monthly photo slideshow

Thursday, February 28th, 2019 4:31pm MDT

February signifies the start of the climb toward warmer temperatures for the year.  Cold and snow though do intrude but, coupled with milder conditions, there are lots of photo opportunities as can be seen in our monthly slideshow. The month is one of our least snowiest of the year but it isn’t unusual to see […]

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February 24 to March 2: This Week in Denver Weather History

Sunday, February 24th, 2019 4:38pm MDT

As February comes to a close, one of our snowiest months, March, is ahead.  Our look back at this week in Denver weather history shows there have indeed been some significant snowfalls as well as high wind events. From the National Weather Service: 22-29 In 1960…heavy snowfall of 6.1 inches at Stapleton Airport on the […]

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February 17 to February 23: This Week in Denver Weather History

Sunday, February 17th, 2019 5:06am MDT

Staying true to its reputation as a relatively dry month, our look back at this week in Denver weather history doesn’t contain much in the way of snow. What it does have an abundance of however are powerful, damaging wind events. From the National Weather Service: 15-17 In 1938…a cold air mass brought a light […]

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February 10 to February 16: This Week in Denver Weather History

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 5:07am MDT

As we continue a dry winter, we look to history to provide some sort of hope. While there have been some significant snow events this week in Denver weather history, more common is bitter cold and damaging winds. From the National Weather Service: 15-23 In 1962…a protracted cold spell kept metro Denver in the deep […]

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Thornton’s February weather preview: Temperatures warm, snow isn’t usually big

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 6:13am MDT

February in Colorado typically brings to an end an extended period when average temperatures are at their lowest. Winter begins to loosen its grip and temperatures get warmer but precipitation is not a particularly common event during the month. Thus far our snow season has been relatively dismal with the seasonal total in Thornton more […]

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