Chilly temps, revelry top parade |

Chilly temps, revelry top parade

JENNIFER HUFFMANsummit daily news
Summit Daily/Reid WilliamsScandia Butik owner Carl Nilsson put on his best impression of the Norse god for Breckenridge's Ullr Fest Parade Thursday on Main Street.

BRECKENRIDGE – White puffs of breath hung in the air amidst a sea of shivering bodies at Thursday afternoon’s Ullr Fest Parade in Breckenridge. Ullr’s message was clear as the temperature seemed to drop just as the parade kicked off: If Ullr’s throwing the party, be sure to bring a jacket.The mythical Norse god of snow made his chilly presence felt during his 42nd week-long festival in Breckenridge. Once again this year, the temperature plunged from a balmy 40 degrees on Monday to frigid highs in the 20s and lows in the single digits for the last two days.

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