by Marie A. Dumayac
Eagle News Service Colorado
DENVER, Colorado, USA – (Eagle News) — Denverites enjoyed a warm weather on February 2017, hitting high 60’s (19 degree C), mid-70’s (23 degree C), and even an 80 degree F (27 degree C). Denver also set the highest temperature ever recorded in four days of February (10th, 15th, 16th, 21st). On February 23rd, a day after a high of 57 degree F (14 degree C), and days after enjoying a beautiful, warm weather, snow and cold weather came to Denver. Denverites were reminded that it is still winter, after all. As expected, however, the snow melted a day after. Within just two days, the snow has completely cleared off of the roads.
While Colorado is known to be cold throughout the year, Coloradans enjoy a mild winter compared to other states. 80 degree F (27 degree C) on winter? We’ll take it. …especially on February 10, Denver’s 80 degree F record-breaking day temperature, is hotter than Honolulu, Hawaii and Miami, Florida that day. #ColoradoWeather