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DENVER (KDVR) — Denver’s weather will turn stormy late Tuesday into Wednesday with severe weather possible on both days.

Wednesday will be a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day because of the chance of damaging winds, small hail and isolated tornadoes.

Weather tonight: Late-night storms

Some late-night storms could develop along the Front Range after 9 p.m. on Tuesday. Some of these could contain hail, gusty winds and heavy downpours. Lightning will be the main threat with storms Tuesday night.

Overnight lows will fall to the mid-40s on the Front Range, with partly to mostly cloudy skies.

Weather tomorrow: Slight risk for severe storms

Wednesday will be the best chance for severe storms in Denver and along the Front Range this week.

A slight risk (yellow) is in place for the Front Range and plains on Wednesday, where there is potential for large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes. Make sure you have a way to get severe weather updates and alerts on Wednesday.

Storms will develop anytime after noon on the Front Range and continue through late in the evening.

High temperatures will hit the low 70s in Denver.

Looking ahead: Cooler, rainy

Temperatures will cool to the low 60s on Thursday with wet weather continuing. There will be widespread showers and storms throughout the day, with a chance for some severe storms on the Eastern Plains.

Storms will become more scattered on Friday and through the weekend with temperatures in the 60s through Saturday. Sunday will cool to the 50s with a drier outlook next week.