Much cooler temperatures after record high

DENVER - A cold front will bring chilly winds from the north and isolated snow flurries for the Tuesday morning commute. 

Even with clearing skies in the afternoon, highs Tuesday are expected to be in the 40s.

Most places around metro Denver will get no accumulation of snow. In the foothills and near Monument Hill, a few spots may see up to 1"

Sunday set a new record high at 74 degrees, as did Monday as temperatures climbed to 81 degrees

Monday's high also set the all-time record high for the month of November.. 

Chinook wind picks up again Tuesday night in and near the foothills with gusts up to 55 mph.

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