Heat Breaks A Record In Denver On Monday
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DENVER (CBS4) – With snow only a day away, Denver set a record for heat on Monday.
The previous record for Oct. 24 was 79, set in 1952. On Monday the thermometer climbed to 80 degrees.
With the wonderful weather Denverites were out enjoying themselves in the sun.
Here are some of the images captured by CBS4 photographer Alan Bisset: