Denver – 2nd Largest Temperature Change On Record!

A 70 degree change in two days, and a record low for the date.!The temperature in Denver dropped from 83 F (28.3 C) on Wednesday to a record low of 13 F (-10.6 C) on Thursday evening.  This difference of 70 degrees in just 2 days is tied for second largest temperature change in Denver since 1872 when records began.

Thanks to Yukon Jack, Jack Hydrazine, Pieter and Dill Sellers for these links


“Denver set not one, but two record lows Thursday night and Friday,” says Pieter.

The old Oct. 10 record of 17 degrees set in 2009 fell as temps dipped to 13 degrees before midnight on Thursday. And Friday’ s low of 9 degrees shattered the prior record of 22 set in 1946, the said the National Weather Service in Boulder.”


10 thoughts on “Denver – 2nd Largest Temperature Change On Record!”

  1. The headline should read 2nd Largest Temperature DROP on Record!

    The ice age has arrived and GW is totally wrong!

  2. If it had been a 70 degree warm-up, you bet the Denver left leaning media would have called it “temperature rise.”
    If it’s a 70 degree drop, they use the word change?????

    I know what’s going there already…..

  3. It’s also symptomatic of why Meridional Jet streams can and do change wind direction and temperature within the space of 60 miles from warm to cold overnight.
    Those meridional changes in Jet Stream Direction far more likely during solar periods of trefoil orbits, rather than elliptical orbits of a solar warm period.
    Grass eating mammals feeding on late Summer grasses rich with grains can die within hours and be frozen solid shortly after, by such an extreme weather events.
    Grand Solar Minimum and Solar Warm (less cold) Periods are a continuing process of our variable Star, they are not reserved just for an Interglacial, they continue throughout the cycle period of an Interglacial and its following glacial advance and its retreat.
    They commenced once the Jovian Gas Giants reached their current Orbital positions shortly after the late Heavy Bombardment concluded some 3.85 billion years ago.
    In looking at the above Temperature Png there can be seen an abrupt temperature cooling around the time of the woolly mammoth’s demise.

  4. This isn’t surprising seeing as in the UK we are curently looking at the coldest end to October in decades. Yet again I hope the forecasts are wrong. People forget so easily that cold kills far more than heat.

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