DENVER -- Temperatures will make it into the lower 50s across the Denver metro area on Sunday, staying a few degrees cooler than average.
Expect a mixture of sun and clouds with light wind through the afternoon.
Clouds will build overnight, bringing in a 10% chance of a shower across the extreme northeastern Plains.
A few snow showers in the northern mountains will also be possible, but the Denver metro area will stay dry.
A warming trend will continue as highs reach the low to mid-50s on Monday and Tuesday. A few clouds will be present, but overall it will feel like a typical November afternoon with light wind.
A weak disturbance will move through the region by Wednesday, dropping temperatures back down into the 40s.
This system does not look to bring a lot of moisture with it, but it is something to be monitored. Expect breezy conditions heading through the middle of the week.
By Thursday and Friday, temperatures will rebound closer to average, with highs on Thursday in the low 50s under mostly sunny skies.
Friday looks to be the warmest temperature in nearly two weeks as highs soar into the lower 60s with sunshine.
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