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Retailers make it look like holidays, but the weather isn’t cooperating

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DENVER -- Christmas decorations are going up all over the place, even though our early November temperatures are in the 60s and the weather is sunny and dry. In fact, it's forecast to stay that way for at least the next week.

Nevertheless, the Castle Rock Outlets put up their 55-foot tall Christmas tree.

Decorations and storefronts are also undergoing transformation.

The same can be said for Cherry Creek Mall where the house for St. Nick is up and ready.

But it may be starting to look a lot like Christmas, shoppers say the warm weather means it doesn't feel like the holidays at all.


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