One Cold Thing: Weather Whiplash in Colorado
Oh, what a difference a day makes! It was 82 degrees and sunny on Wednesday afternoon in Denver, but by last night ice and snow walloped the region after a temperature drop of 64 degrees in less than 24 hours. The Denver Airport experienced delays, and major roadways were shut down on account of a major ice/snowstorm that hit the Front Range early Thursday morning, with 1-7 inches of snow, or more at higher elevations. This morning, after the snow cold weather was expected to linger, with Denver experiencing the coldest temperature ever recorded this early in the season. According to the Denver Post, folks in the region celebrated the early October snow by posting photos and videos on social media.