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Warmest November Temperature on Record in Denver

27 Nov 2017, 2:08 pm

In November 1946, Denver, Colorado saw over three-and-a-half feet of snow. In November of 2014, the temperature plummeted to -14°.

On November 27th, 2017 (Monday), Denver hit 81°, making it the city’s warmest November temperature on record. It also broke the old daily record by a full 7°, and perhaps most impressively, it broke the old November warmest temperature on record at the end of the month – after Thanksgiving, no less – a remarkable feat in a city that’s average high on November 27th is just 47°.

Oh, and it might snow here Tuesday morning, although it shouldn’t be more than a few wet snowflakes. No accumulation is likely in the city, although the mountains west of Denver could pick up several inches of snowfall along a cold front moving through the region.

The rest of the week looks much more seasonable for the Mile High City, with temperatures at about average levels for this time of the year. Little precipitation is in the forecast, which likely means Denver will close out November with no measurable snowfall for the first time since 1939.

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For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Chris Bianchi

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