DENVER — November was a hot month, 7 degrees warmer than average, including an 81-degree day on Nov. 27 that set that date’s record high and also the record high for the month.
Not alone, November was one of seven months with warmer-than-average temperatures in 2017.
January to November is ranked as sixth-warmest for the city. The years in the top 10 list are quite scattered; the warmest years are spread throughout the decades.
It was also a dry November, one of a handful of snowless ones on record, joining 1884, 1899, 1901, 1905, 1917, 1939 and 1949.
To date, this year remains Denver’s least snowy on record.