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Warm, sunny Sunday

The late November heat is on across the Front Range Sunday. Look for daytime highs in the mid 60s with plenty of sunshine. It'll stay above-average into next week.

COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY: Meteorologist Danielle Grant

THIS EVENING AT A GLANCE: After a 'cooler' Saturday, the late November heat is back on Sunday along with mostly sunny skies.

It certainly won't feel like the end of fall or look like it either. We'll have warm daytime highs in the mid 60s across much of the Denver metro area Sunday afternoon. In fact, it'll be pushing close to 70-degrees on Monday.

We're in for another brief cool down Tuesday with highs dropping into the mid to upper 50s. Then Denver kicks off the first few days of December with temperatures close to 20 degrees above-average. 

So far, it doesn't look like there's much snow in sight. The city will easily have to the wait until late next weekend into early next week for any signs of snow.

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Tonight: Partly cloudy overnight, low around 29.

Sunday: Mostly sunny and warmer, high 65; mostly clear overnight, low around 37.

Monday: Mostly sunny and staying warm, high 68; mostly clear overnight, low 36.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and slightly cooler, high 58; mostly clear overnight, low 34.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny and warmer, high 67; mostly clear overnight, low around 37.

Thursday: Mostly sunny and breezy, high 71; mostly clear overnight, low 36.

Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy and a bit cooler, high 65; mostly clear overnight, low 32.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, windy and mild, high 60; mostly clear overnight, low around 25.

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