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DENVER — There will be another round of storms for Tuesday evening for the metro area, although it will be quieter statewide than Monday.

very active weather might return Wednesday.

Tuesday evening’s storms will be an impact on the eastern Plains through midnight, then clearing.

Wednesday will start quietly with a sun-cloud mix but toward midday, the first of two rounds of storms will develop.

For Denver, the first round will start on the Front Range mountains and head toward the Interstate 25 corridor for the afternoon.

Then another round of storms will develop in the evening to pass from Wyoming southward over parts of the metro area.

The storms will bring flash flooding and lightning threats. Hail and wind remain possible.

Temperatures will be near 90 degrees for the metro area.

Additional stormy days are ahead through the weekend so the weather pattern isn’t going to change much for the next week.

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