At 4:53 a.m., the National Weather Service listed the official temperature for Denver at -14. That figure obliterates the previous record low for this date (-3 in 1916) even as it makes its mark on recorded Denver weather history, which stretches back more than 130 years.
How does today's low compare to the all-time lows in November? See where it winds up in the photo-illustrated countdown below -- and keep an eye out for yesterday's low of -5, which also made the list.
November 13, 1916: -3
November 23, 1880; November 12, 1882; November 16, 1955: -4
Continue to keep counting down the ten lowest Denver temperatures recorded in November. Number 8:
November 12, 2014: -5
November 1, 1951; November 2, 1951: -6
Continue to keep counting down the ten lowest Denver temperatures recorded in November. Number 6:
November 9, 1950; November 10, 1950; November 25, 1952: -7
November 9, 1950; November 10, 1950; November 24, 1993: -8
Continue to keep counting down the ten lowest Denver temperatures recorded in November. Number 4:
November 28, 1877; November 30, 1877: -10
November 18, 1880; November 26, 1877: -12
Continue to keep counting down the ten lowest Denver temperatures recorded in November. Number 2:
November 29, 1877; November 17, 1880; November 13, 2014: -14
November 29, 1877: -18
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