Photos: Ten lowest-ever Denver temperatures in February -- and where today's -16 lands
When Denver's thermometer hit -15 on December 5, we thought it would stand as the coldest day of the season. But no: At 5:53 a.m., the National Weather Service recorded the official Denver temp at -16.
This mark is the second chilliest February low in Denver this century. But how's it stack up with temps for this month since record-keeping began in the 1800s? We've tallied up the ten coldest of all-time, according to NWS, and today definitely makes our photo-illustrated list. Count them down below.
February 10, 1933, February 13, 1905: -14
February 9, 2001: -15
Continue to keep counting down the ten lowest Denver temperatures in February.Next Page
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