Denver weather: Record low set overnight in dangerously cold temps

Denver set a new daily record for February 23 early Thursday morning as dangerous cold temperatures and wind chills continue throughout the rest of the day.

The temperature at Denver International Airport got down to -11 degrees, breaking the previous record of -7 degrees set in 2022. Wind chills overnight were from -25 degrees to -35 degrees across the Denver metro. A wind chill advisory is still in effect until 9 a.m.

It won’t stay as cold during the day Thursday, but wind chills could still be in the negatives.

Thursday will be mostly sunny, and the high will get up to 25 degrees in Denver. Some areas in the northern metro area will likely stay in the teens through the day, and the southern side of the metro could temperatures in the 30s.

Wind chills could get to -1 degrees as wind gusts reach up to 15 mph Thursday.

The overnight snow has ended for now, but a light band of snow could develop over portions of the Interstate 25 corridor in the late evening.

The low Thursday night is eight degrees, and there is a 40% chance of that snow developing in Denver.

Friday will see a return to 40-degree weather with a high of 41 degrees, then Saturday is back to the 50s through next week.

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