A Christmas Day Snowfall Record set in Denver.

HOWEVER THE DAILY SNOWFALL DATA IS INTERPRETED, DENVER SET A CHRISTMAS DAY SNOWFALL RECORD. THE LATEST WINTER STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT A 24 HOUR CHRISTMAS DAY STORM TOTAL OF 7.8 INCHES.

AS FOR THE CLIMATE RECORD KEEPING, SINCE DENVERS OFFICIAL SNOWFALL IS RECORDED AT 6AM, AN AMOUNT OF 2.4 INCHES WILL BE REPORTED FOR DECEMBER 25TH WITH 5.4 INCHES REPORTED FOR THE 26TH.

FOR A SUMMARY OF THE PAST, 1.7 INCHES FELL ON CHRISTMAS DAY 1912. IT WAS ALSO FOUND THAT 6.2 INCHES FELL DURING THE 24 PERIOD ENDING AT 8PM ON CHRISTMAS DAY 1894. WITH RESPECT TO THE CHRISTMAS DAY STORM OF 1894, ITS UNKNOWN HOW MUCH FELL DURING THE MIDNIGHT TO
MIDNIGHT PERIOD AND ALSO DURING THE 6AM TO 6AM PERIOD. HOWEVER YOU INTERPRET THE SNOWFALL DATA, CHRISTMAS DAY IN DENVER WAS A TRADITIONAL WINTER HOLIDAY SCENE.

WITH AN ADDITIONAL 7.8 INCHES OF NEW SNOW FROM THE LATEST STORM, DENVERS DECEMBER SNOWFALL TOTAL IS NOW AT 15.5 INCHES. THIS CURRENTLY 6.8 ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 8.7 INCHES.

DENVERS 2007 SEASONAL SNOWFALL TOTAL IS NOW AT 21.0 INCHES. THIS IS 4.6 INCHES BELOW THE SEPTEMBER THROUGH DECEMBER NORMAL OF 25.6 INCHES. ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED FOR TOMORROW AND THIS WILL LIKELY BRING DENVERS AMOUNTS EVEN HIGHER.
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