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Storms continue through early Tuesday morning

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DENVER — Heavy rainfall and strong wind continues until the early morning for many areas, however, clearing the Denver metro area by late in the evening.

For the Palmer Divide and southern Colorado, there might be additional storms well into the early morning, with flooding and lightning the primary threats to these areas.

By daylight Tuesday, the storms will have ended and there will be a sun-cloud mix for the start of the day.

Through mid-Tuesday, it will be sunny and temperatures will warm quickly into the 80s, with some 90s. By the afternoon, though, storm chances increase.

Storm chances will be lower than Monday’s so the overall impact will be less. The most likely areas of thunderstorms will be the Palmer Divide and southern Colorado.

The storms aren’t as likely to produce such a strong punch. Although lightning and flash flooding will remain the primary threat, the risk is lower than Monday’s just like the storm chance.

We have additional storm chances, higher chances, with more heavy rain possible on Wednesday through Sunday.

More info on Monday’s storms:

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