DENVER (CBS4) – November 2019 will be remembered as cold and snowy by many along the Front Range, including those living in Denver. The city’s official weather station at Denver International Airport measured 13.7 inches of snow during the month which is five inches above normal.
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The bulk of that snow fell with the big snow storm that blasted across the state on November 25th and 26th. DIA officially picked up 8.5 inches on the 26th alone. That storm buried the Denver Metro area with 8 to 22 inches of snow and some foothill locations saw 15 to 40 inches of heavy snow!
The former site of Denver’s weather station (the old Stapleton Airport) recorded 14.0 inches of snow during the month. November’s snow was the most measured in Denver since 1994 when 16.9 inches was recorded.
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The final official Denver snow tally of 13.7 inches wound up being the most snow the Mile High City had seen in 25 years for the month of November!
In addition to the snow it was also a fairly cold month with an average temperature of 36.2 degrees which is 2.1 degrees below normal. There were six days in November where the high temperature at Denver International Airport stayed below freezing.
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