Another round of storms with hail and wind possible Tuesday

DENVER -- The threat for thunderstorms with wind and hail with be around Tuesday evening.

The best chance for storms will be until about 9 p.m. across metro Denver. The highest chance for storms will be south of the city from Castle Rock to Colorado Springs to Pueblo.

Wednesday brings another round of scattered late-day storms. The threat for strong to severe storms is lower on Wednesday.

But that doesn't mean there won't be some hail and gusty with a few of the storms.

The forecast is still looking dry, sunny and warm from Thursday through early next week. Highs each afternoon will range from the mid-80s to about 90 degrees.

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