It Was So Cold In Colorado In 1951, Temperatures Stayed Below Freezing For Several Weeks

One of the MANY great things about living in the Centennial State is that it doesn’t get that cold. Sure, we have snow, and some days are colder than others, but with our average 300 days of sunshine per year, the elements are almost always – at the very least – bearable. However, this hasn’t always been the case. 1951 was one of the coldest winters in Colorado history:

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