Denver weather forecast for today, Nov. 28: Seasonal, not like yesterday

Yesterday broke a record. Today is a day like a November day ought to be.

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Cloudy skies in downtown Denver. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Cloudy skies in downtown Denver. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Yesterday broke a record. Today is a day like a November day ought to be.

The National Weather Service forecast calls for much more seasonal temperatures today with a high  near 49 degrees.

A cold front brought a slight chance of overnight snow to the Denver metro area, with the weather service saying a 10 percent chance of snow continues through 8 a.m. However, it hadn’t materialized at my house as of this writing.

Conditions will be mostly cloudy, then gradually get sunnier later in the day.

The overnight low will be around 30 degrees with clear conditions.

Wednesday should be sunny with a high near 58 degrees.

 

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