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By the numbers: Record low temperatures 1893 to 2011

— Steamboat Springs’ low temperature of minus 36 Wednesday tied the record for Feb. 2, set in 1956. In Yampa, the low of minus 35 set a new record for Feb. 2, breaking the previous record of minus 24, set in 1985.

■ Wednesday morning’s low temperatures across Colorado:

Walden: -42



Craig: -38

Meeker: -37



Steamboat Springs: -36

Yampa: -35

Leadville: -32

Kremmling: -27

Aspen: -25

Alamosa: -24

DIA: -17

Gunnison: -17

Sterling: -15

Telluride: -15

Boulder: -13

Colorado Springs: -12

Pueblo: -7

Durango: 1

■ Colo­rado record low: minus 61 on Feb. 1, 1985, in Maybell

■ Steamboat Springs record lows from 1893 to 2011:

1. -54 on Jan. 7, 1913

2. -50 on Jan. 12, 1963

3. -48 on Feb. 10, 1933

4. -46 on Jan. 13, 1963

5. -44 on Feb. 1, 1985

5. -44 on Feb. 1, 1951

5. -44 on Feb. 18, 1942

5. -44 on Jan. 22, 1937

5. -44 on Jan. 20, 1922

5. -44 on Dec. 18, 1909

■ Steamboat Springs record lows from 1893 to 2011 in December:

1. -44 on Dec. 18, 1909

2. -39 on Dec. 25, 1924

3. -38 on Dec. 13, 1932

4. -37 on Dec. 22, 1990

4. -37 on Dec. 24, 1924

6. -36 on Dec. 8, 1978

6. -36 on Dec. 26, 1962

8. -35 on Dec. 24, 1990

8. -35 on Dec. 28, 1916

10. -34 on Dec. 8, 2005

■ Steamboat Springs record lows from 1893 to 2011 in January:

1. -54 on Jan. 7, 1913

2. -50 on Jan. 12, 1963

3. -46 on Jan. 13, 1963

4. -44 on Jan. 22, 1937

4. -44 on Jan. 20, 1922

6. -43 on Jan. 10, 1962

7. -42 on Jan. 6, 1913

8. -40 on Jan. 11, 1962

8. -40 on Jan. 19, 1940

8. -40 on Jan. 9, 1930

■ Steamboat Springs record lows from 1893 to 2011 in February:

1. -48 on Feb. 10, 1933

2. -44 on Feb. 1, 1985

2. -44 on Feb. 1, 1951

2. -44 on Feb. 18, 1942

5. -42 on Feb. 6, 1989

6. -41 on Feb. 6, 1982

7. -40 on Feb. 9, 1929

8. -39 on Feb. 28, 1962

9. -38 on Feb. 19, 1942

10. -37 on Feb. 7, 1989

Source: National Weather Service


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