Drier, warmer weather makes brief comeback before stormy, cool pattern returns

DENVER -- Another round of severe weather hit Colorado Tuesday with hail, flooding concerns, wind and tornado warnings, but a bit of a drier pattern returns Wednesday.

Through the rest of Tuesday, expect areas of thunderstorms to continue with substantial rainfall, hail, wind and isolated tornadoes. The worst of the storms will be over the southeastern corner of the state through midnight.

A few showers and storms will remain overnight, but the overall trend is to begin to clear and dry out a bit.

With that said, Wednesday has only an isolated storm chance. Temperatures will be warmer as a result; highs will be in the 80s.

This weather will repeat itself Thursday.

Friday will have cooler temperatures along with a stormier setup that will carry over into the weekend. Saturday, as it appears in the data now, will be stormiest with highs only in the 60s.

Another trend toward drier and warmer days arrives Sunday and Monday, and this time, the trend may last a bit longer. Denver will likely have its first 90-degree day of the year later next week.

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

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