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Old Today, 08:11 AM
 
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But wouldn't it also mean that hot air would get trapped inside in summer, and heat up to unnatural levles, like what happens in death valley?
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The one thing being missed is that Denver would still get crazy cold snaps in the winter due to no mountains blocking out the Arctic like Las Vegas, which is west of the Rockies, has.

I would guess the biggest difference would be in summer. Winter norms might warm 2°C, summer norms probably would warm by around 8°C
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