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  • from record he to record cold.

  • A dramatic temperature swing has hit the country this week.

  • Temperatures above 100 degrees were being felt from the Rocky Mountains to the West Coast Labor Day weekend.

  • But fall, if not winter like air, is now moving down from Canada As the jet stream dive south.

  • It's cold front sweeping the country and dropping temperatures some 40 degrees below normal all the way into Texas.

  • Nowhere is this more pronounced than in Denver, Colorado.

  • Check this out.

  • On Saturday, Denver hit a record high of 101 degrees, followed by another record high of 97 degrees on Sunday, another day of 90 degree heat on Monday.

  • Then get this 35 degrees for a high on Tuesday.

  • That's a more than 60 degree drop from the holiday weekend, of course, in 2020 fashion, this is also spawning a rare September winter storm for the Rocky Mountains.

  • More than eight inches of snow?

  • Yes, you heard that right eight inches of snow could impact the Rockies, which are currently under winter weather alerts.

  • Denver, according to his local National Weather Service office, doesn't typically see its first measurable snow until mid October.

  • The earliest measurable snowfall on record for the city was September 3rd, 1961.

  • So this is one of the earliest big snows on a record for the Rockies.

  • It's not gonna last long.

  • Though Temperatures will rebound in the days to come, however, it is a sign that we're now transitioning out of the summer season.

from record he to record cold.

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From Record Heat To Record Cold

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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