The early season cold-snap that moved through Boulder on Thursday set a record low overnight when temperatures dropped down into the teens.
Local meteorologist Matt Kelsch said the overnight low in Boulder was 15, easily breaking the previous record for Oct. 11 of 20 set in 1977.
— Matthew Kelsch (@mattkelsch) October 11, 2019
Because days end at 5 p.m. for weather record purposes, the overnight low temperature was catalogued for Oct. 11 rather than Oct. 10.
Kelsch also said the city’s official snow total for the storm was 3.8 inches of snow.
The forecast this weekend calls for temperatures to climb back above freezing with highs in the 50s and 60s.