By Lauren Whitney


Thunderstorms capable of producing hail and heavy rain are possible into Tuesday night across the Front Range and plains. The hail shouldn’t be as big as Monday’s storm, especially for the far eastern plains.

The National Weather Service has officially placed the entire Denver metro area and most of the Eastern Plains under a “marginal” threat for severe weather Tuesday afternoon and evening. Any hail capable of doing damage will generally stay east of the E-470 corridor.

A much drier day on the way for Wednesday, along with much warmer temperatures. We’ll climb back to the low 80s with plenty of sunshine. A few storms are possible on the far eastern plains, that could turn severe.

More rain and storms return for Friday and Saturday. A cold front will pass through, and drop us down to the 50s on Saturday.

5day A Quieter, Warmer Wednesday On The Way

drought monitor A Quieter, Warmer Wednesday On The Way

By Lauren Whitney


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