Denver, CO just experienced one of its coldest Easters on record, with Monday, April 13th being a record low in the city’s history.
The mercury dropped to frigid 16ºF early Monday morning, the coldest April 13 temperature EVER recorded in the Mile High City’s history, the NWS said. The previous record was 17ºF set in 1933. The daily also set a new record for the lowest maximum temperature, not getting above 25ºF all day. The previous record was 27ºF, in 1933.
Just this morning, April 14th, the temperature dropped even further to 11ºF, smashing the previous record of 15ºF also from 1933. It may even drop even further.
On Easter Sunday, the average daily temperature was just 27 degrees, making it the city’s coldest Easter since at least 1937 and the seventh-coldest Easter on ever recorded. Brrrr.