Wednesday’s weather forecast for Denver is almost the exact same as Tuesday’s.
Thunderstorms are possible in the city Wednesday afternoon after developing in the mountains earlier in the day. The chance for storms is a little higher Wednesday, with a 50% chance of storms after 1 p.m.
🔁Rinse & Repeat. Afternoon scattered thunderstorms and showers will develop in the mountains this afternoon. As storms and showers push into the plains, storms may become severe and increase in strength. Main threats include up to 60 mph wind gusts and ping pong size hail. #COwx pic.twitter.com/JR3ij3Mmfp
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) May 31, 2023
High temperatures will be about the same, with Denver getting a high of 81 degrees. Incoming clouds will decrease the temperature throughout the day. Denver’s low for the day is 52 degrees.
The city could also see some fair winds between nine and 14 mph and gusts up to 22 mph.
Any storms will be quick and should end by late evening near the Colorado-Nebraska border.
As the storms head into the plains, they could become severe and produce 60 mph wind gusts and ping-pong-sized hail.
Temperatures the rest of the week are set to decrease to the low to mid 70s and high 60s as storm chances increase.