In Denver, a different kind of high noon: 77 degrees
Denver set a record high temperature for the second straight day yesterday when the mercury hit 77 before noon. The old record was 75, set back during March 2012, a time of above average heat and dry weather around the state. The temperature in Pueblo hit 81 degrees just after noon, also breaking the high from 2012. But today, it's a different story:
Cooler temps with morning stratus over the plains today #cowx pic.twitter.com/0BZvvBOCO7— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) March 17, 2015
The weather's been all over the place, right?. Remember that Denver set a record for snowiest Februaary? That happened just a few weeks after this headline: Yes, Colorado is warmer than normal for February.
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