After a frigid January weekend, how cold was it on Monday morning?
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DENVER - It was another frigid morning in Colorado on Monday.
But how cold was it?
Alamosa in southern Colorado reported a low of -34.
Gunnison and Leadville reported lows of -20.
Durango hit -19.
Limon reported -15, Greeley Airport -11 and Grand Junction -7.
In the metro area, Denver International Airport reported a low of -10 and Centennial Airport reported a low of -5.
A weather station at 8,500 feet at Harbison Meadow on the westside of Rocky Mountain National Park registered -29 degrees at 3 a.m. on Monday.
It got down to -14 at 2:24 a.m. on Monday at 8,214 feet in Red Feather Lakes, north of Fort Collins.
Have you ever noticed the sign for Dumont on Interstate 70 between Idaho Springs and Georgetown? It hit -14.2 on Monday morning at 2:29 a.m.
Here are a few more low temperatures:
- Trinidad -12
- Cortez -7
- Eagle -6
- Telluride -4
- Rifle -3
- Burlgington -3
- Colorado Springs, a balmy 2
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