Storms possible for grillin’ and fireworks

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DENVER — A few thunderstorms developed across the state, mostly along and east of the Divide, on the Fourth of July.

A storm or two could impact a few people for their grilling and firework plans on Tuesday night.

In Denver, there’s a 10 percent chance of storms until about midnight. Otherwise, temperatures will stay comfortably warm in the 70s.

Without a thunderstorm, it looks like evening plans should be in great shape.

Storm motion has been from the north, so that will be the direction the storm will be coming.

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