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Heavy Snow And Hazardous Travel Conditions Expected Over The Rockies, Locally Heavy Rainfall Over The South

Heavy snow and hazardous travel conditions will persist over portions of the central and southern Rockies into Friday before diminishing. A cold front will track eastward bringing the potential for locally heavy rainfall from the south central U.S. to the Appalachians into Saturday. Localized flooding will be possible. Read More >

All Temperature Changes Below are based on Calendar Days (Midnight to Midnight) 

 

Denver's Largest 1 Day Temperature Changes since 1872

(Red denotes Low to High Change)

Rank Date Change High Low
1 01/25/1872 66 46 -20
2 01/21/1888 64 62 -2
3 1/5/2015 61 56 -5
3 12/27/1886 61 63 2
3 12/26/1879 61 57 -4
6 2/8/1936 60 35 -25
7 3/26/1971 59 84 25
8 11/20/1898 57 66 9
9 2/7/1936 56 39 -17
9 01/19/1886 56 42 -14
9 01/08/1875 56 39 -17
12 10/9/2019 55 83 28
12 12/29/2017 55 64 9
12 9/19/2010 55 96 41
12 2/16/1996 55 68 13
12 11/28/1958 55 50 -5
12 1/21/1935 55 46 -9
12 1/7/1912 55 49 -6
12 1/7/1909 55 64 9
12 2/2/1902 55 45 -10
12 01/31/1899 55 50 -5
12 12/23/1884 55 54 -1
12 01/23/1877 55 40 -15
12 11/28/1873 55 54 -1

 

Denver's Largest 2 Day Temperature Changes since 1872
(Red denotes Low to High Change)

Rank Date Change High Low
1 12/14/2008 76 58 -18
2 2/4/1996 72 56 -16
3 12/23/1989 71 53 -18
4 10/10/2019 70 83 13
4 2/6/1933 70 60 -10
4 12/10/1919 70 50 -20
7 12/4/2013 69 56 -13
7 2/2/1951 69 44 -25
7 1/15/1875 69 52 -17
10 1/20/1943 68 65 -3
10 11/11/1911 68 66 -2
10 12/26/1879 68 57 -11
10 1/9/1875 68 39 -29
14 2/22/1914 67 70 3
14 11/16/1894 67 72 5
14 1/29/1873 67 50 -17
17 2/19/2018 66 69 3
17 1/5/2015 66 56 -10
17 1/16/1972 66 59 -7
17 1/3/1950 66 54 -12
17 1/21/1888 66 62 -4