Unprecedented Cold In Boulder

Today was the earliest autumn day on record which Boulder did not get above freezing, Our peak temperature this afternoon was 27 degrees. The previous record early cold was 34 degrees on October 8, 1985.

Average temperature for the date is 69 degrees, and warmest October 10 was 88 degrees in 1910. In a few hours, a 16 year old middle school dropout will arrive to lecture us about how we have overheated the atmosphere.

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7 Responses to Unprecedented Cold In Boulder

  1. Crispin in Waterloo but really in Beijing says:

    Great chart – very informative. Could you please add a trend line? It doesn’t look as if there is any trend at all.

  2. Scissor says:

    Believers will say that this is a result of extreme climate.

  3. James says:

    West Yellowstone current temperature -9F. 10-11-2019 8:02 AM EST

  4. Richard says:

    Just a very untrained eye observation, but it seems the temps before 1950 are more densely packed. Is that lack of variability or less accurate measurement? After 1975 the temps seem less dense – higher highs and lower lows. Is that more variability or more accurate measurement – i.e. satellite?

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