Strong winds damage trees damaged in north Denver metro area

DENVER -- Storms with powerful winds -- possibly microbursts -- brought a tree down in a Thornton neighborhood Tuesday night. There where other reports of strong winds hitting the area as well.

Photo credit: Mark Englert

It was a hot Tuesday along the Front Range. Denver tied the record high temperature of 95 degrees that was set in 1946.

Temperatures will cool down to the 80s on Wednesday with afternoon storm chances returning.

Denver will reach a high temperature of 89 degrees on Wednesday. Skies will stay mostly clear in the morning with gusty winds and clouds building in the afternoon.

Denver's best chance to see storms will be during the evening commute time.

Denver and the eastern Plains have a chance to see strong to severe storms Wednesday afternoon. Strong winds and hail will be the main threat with the storms.

The 90-degree temperatures will return on Thursday and Friday. There's a 10 percent chance of an isolated storm on Thursday and Friday will be dry.

Fire danger will be high in Colorado this week with low humidity and breezy winds each day.

Saturday and Sunday will stay in the 90s in Denver. There will be a 10 percent chance of an isolated storm on Saturday with more dry weather moving in for Sunday.

A cold front will move in to start next week, cooling temperatures to the low 80s on Monday and Tuesday.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News -- and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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