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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO
259 AM MST MON NOV 6 2017

...Today in metro Denver weather history...

5-6   In 1938...heavy snowfall totaled 7.5 inches over downtown
        Denver.  North winds were sustained to 16 mph with gusts
        to 19 mph on the 5th.
5-7   In 1918...rain was mixed with and changed to snow...which
        became heavy and totaled 8.1 inches in downtown Denver.
        North winds were sustained to 21 mph with gusts to 23 mph.
6     In 1962...west winds gusted to 55 mph...briefly reducing the
        visibility to 1 1/2 miles in blowing dust at Stapleton
        Airport.  The strong winds blew all day.
      In 1989...high winds to 62 mph were recorded in Boulder.
        Northwest winds gusted to 33 mph at Stapleton International
        Airport.
      In 1991...strong westerly chinook winds blew into metro Denver
        with gusts to 88 mph recorded at Rollinsville and to 51 mph
        in Boulder.  Later...northeast winds with gusts of 30 to 40
        mph were common across all of metro Denver behind a cold
        front...which produced only 0.2 inch of snowfall at
        Stapleton International Airport.

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