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DENVER (KDVR) — The high of 80 degrees Saturday afternoon set a new record high for the date, and was the second warmest November day in Denver’s history. Only 81 degrees on Nov. 27, 2017, was warmer. 

We have a chance to tie or break another record high on Sunday. The record high for Nov. 7 is 78 set in 1999. 

With the warm temperatures, low humidities and breezy conditions, a red flag warning is up for the eastern plains. Gusty winds are also likely over higher terrain. 

Conditions shift as temperatures drop on Monday. A few snow showers are possible for higher elevations Monday night, but a better chance for more widespread rain and snow showers starts Tuesday night.

Another cold front will dip temperatures into the low 50s on Wednesday and Thursday. There is a low chance for showers on Wednesday. The chance for a rain shower on Thursday is mainly isolated.