The Colorado Front Range is famous for 60-degree sunshine in between winter storms. This is forecast to be the first January without at least one 60-degree day in 13 years.
In an average winter, Denver gets a 60-degree day about every 7 days. It’s now been 25 days since the last 60 on Dec. 27.
The more snow that sits on the ground, the harder it is to get a warm day. Without warm days, the snow can’t melt. It’s a feedback loop – re-enforcing colder days.
Title: Denver usually gets 60 degree winter days, but not so far this year
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