Pueblo Colorado Breaks Nearly 120 Year Cold Temperature Record


The Pueblo Cheiftan reports:

Pueblo, CO reached temperatures on Friday that it hadn’t seen on that date in nearly 120 years.

According to data from the National Weather Service’s Pueblo office, the temperature in Pueblo at 12:11 a.m. Friday was 22 degrees. It was the high temperature for the day, breaking the record for the lowest maximum temperature from 1903, when temperatures reached a high of 23 degrees.

Colorado Springs also set a record low maximum temperature and broke a 119-year-old record on Friday with a high of 20 degrees at 12:49 a.m., which surpassed the 21-degree maximum temperature in 1903.

The NWS Pueblo tweeted:

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