– Record Snowfall in Pueblo, Colorado (Ice Age Now, Dec 31, 2014):
And temperature record tied
The 2.3 inches of snow that fell on Dec 29 broke a 41-year-old record for the date, according to the National Weather Service in Pueblo, Colorado. (The original article used the word “shattered,” but I don’t think that word really applies here.)
The previous record snowfall for the day of 2 inches was set in 1973.
The temperature record could be challenged before the storm system begins to depart later today. (Sorry, but the original article didn’t give any actual temperatures.)