DENVER -- The chance for afternoon thunderstorms returns across the Front Range on Wednesday.
Expect a quiet morning with clouds gradually building through the midday and early afternoon hours.
Storms will first develop over the mountains, then move east throughout the afternoon and early evening.
Storms mnight be strong to severe, producing damaging wind and large hail. The tornado threat is low across Colorado.
Temperatures will also be a few degrees warmer than Tuesday, with highs topping off in the low 80s.
Conditions will dry out overnight as lows drop into the lower 50s.
Thursday will start quiet with plenty of sunshine. Expect a cloud or two through the afternoon with dry conditions and highs in the upper 80s.
The warming trend will continue for the first weekend of June. Highs on Friday will reach the low 90s with mostly sunny skies.
It will stay in the 80s on Saturday and Sunday with increasing clouds to end the weekend. A stray shower or two can't be ruled out for Sunday afternoon.
Next week looks warm and quiet as highs stay above average in the 80s and 90s.
Dry conditions look to remain across the state, with only a slight chance for a shower or two on Monday.
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