Colorado Went From Summer To Winter And No, That’s Not Really Normal
Colorado kiddos (or teens) trick-or-treating Thursday will have to cover up their Halloween costumes with winter coats, with temperatures expected to be in the upper 20s and low 30s for most of the state.
Stephen Hodanish with the National Weather Service said the weather will be “boring” compared to the snowstorm and frigid temperatures earlier this week.
“No wind, no precipitation. It’s going to be on the cold side,” he said. “If the kids dress up warm, they’ll be fine.”
Unlike Wednesday, where weather stations across the state broke records for the coldest maximum and minimum temperatures for October. The coldest low temperatures recorded Wednesday included 5 degrees in Mesa Verde, 11 in Grand Junction, 1 in Limon and minus 13 in Walden.