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Unseasonably warm temperatures continue across Colorado, new records set

October 25, 2014 Updated: October 26, 2014 at 6:57 am
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Colorado Springs didn't have a record high temperature on Saturday, but several other Colorado cities did.

Alamosa's 75 degree weather tied a record that was set in 1959, the National Weather Service in Pueblo reported.

A high temperature of 80 degrees was recorded Saturday afternoon in Denver, which tied a previous record set in 2007, the National Weather Service in Boulder reported.

Limon and Fort Collins both recorded highs of 81 degrees, setting new records, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.

Saturday's high temperature of 78 degrees in Colorado Springs was considerably higher than the average high of 60 degrees for Oct. 25.

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Contact Stephen Hobbs: 636-0275

Twitter @bystephenhobbs

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