Although Denver didn't see totality for the solar eclipse, it was still a pretty amazing experience!
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If you went outside to watch the eclipse in the Denver metro area, did you notice how cool it felt outside?
That's because the eclipe caused a nearly 10 degree temperature drop!
At 11:47 a.m., when Denver reached its peak eclipse of 92 percent obscuration, there was also a significant temperature change.
The National Weather Service tweeted the temperature at DIA dropped from 85 degrees to 77 degrees. Woah!
Many of you sent us photos through shadows where you could see the shape of the eclipse - that's pretty cool, too!
You can watch a short time lapse of the eclipse and the moment of totality over Silverton, Oregon below.