Denver, the capital of Colorado, is suffering one of its coldest Mays on record, based on preliminary temperature data courtesy of the National Weather Service.
Through Sunday, May 26, the monthly average temperature at Denver International Airport, where official observations are kept, was just 10.6C (51F) — that’s more than 5F below the norm.
If May was only 26 days long, this month would be the coldest May since 1995 (solar minimum of cycle 22) when the city averaged 10C (50F).
In addition, if this month finishes with an average temperature of 10.7C (51.3F) or below (which forecasts suggest is highly probable), it would make it one of the five coldest Mays since 1872, when Denver’s official temperature records first began.
Only 1995, 1935, 1907 and 1917 would finish colder than May 2019.
The cold times are returning, as predicted, as the sun enters its next Grand Solar Minimum cycle.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift