Storm chances Tuesday night with drier Wednesday in store

DENVER -- Storms developed over the Denver metro area and the Front Range that brought hail and brief, heavy rain to some locations on Tuesday evening.

Denver could see rounds of storms as late as 11 p.m. before they clear after midnight.

Storm chances will lower to 10 percent on Wednesday with most places staying dry.

Denver will reach a high of 87 degrees on Wednesday with partly cloudy skies. The best chance for storms will stay in southern Colorado during the afternoon and evening.

Thursday will be similar to Wednesday with highs in the upper 80s and a 10 percent chance of a storm.

The rest of the week will stay in the 80s with better storm chances on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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