Denver weather forecast today, Nov. 16: One more day of summer

Get out for a long lunch break today, because this could finally be our last summery day of the year.

Denver on an autumn day. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Denver on an autumn day. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Get out for a long lunch break today, because this might finally be our last summery day of the year.

The National Weather Service says today will be partly sunny and bit breezy with a high of 81.

Snow is possible tomorrow — or some cold rain, at least — but today we soak up the warm sun and hope the vitamin D lasts us through winter.

However, the warm temperatures aren’t going away completely. The highs could return to the low 60s this week – followed by another possible storm system around Tuesday.

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