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Denver is experiencing record cold temperatures for this time of year, so much so that it’s already beginning to feel like winter.

SALT LAKE CITY — Denver is experiencing record cold temperatures for this time of year, so much so that it’s already beginning to feel like winter.

What happened: According to CBS Denver, the city saw temperatures hover at around 27 degrees Sunday. Temperatures have never stayed so low on Oct. 15.

  • On Monday morning, temperatures fell to 18 degrees, which set another daily record for cold.
  • The city doesn’t expect to see any more records broken soon.
  • But, according to CBS, the city will see 44-degree weather in January and not the middle of October.

Let it snow: Winter weather is already slamming across the United States.

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  • Montana received between 6 and 12 inches of snow last Friday.
  • Meanwhile, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado all saw snow on Saturday, according to ABC News.
  • People in Texas saw snow and ice on Sunday, too, which is a “rare occurrence” for this time of year, according to Weather.com.

More cold weather: A wave of cold weather is blowing through parts of New Mexico, Minnesota and Iowa.

What about Utah?: Snow has already fallen across the Beehive State. We saw snowin the mountains throughout the last several weekends.

That said, a trend of warm temperatures snuck into Salt Lake City last week, allowing people to enjoy the outdoors before the dead of winter comes along.