The high Wednesday is 94 degrees, and after several days of lows in the 70s, Wednesday’s low will drop below that to 66 degrees.

Another day of highs in the 90s is expected Wednesday in Denver, but slight late afternoon shower chances could offset some of the heat.

The high Wednesday is 94 degrees, and after several days of lows in the 70s, Wednesday’s low will drop below that to 66 degrees.

Heat continues Wednesday with highs in the 90’s across the plains. Scattered thunderstorms will occur in the mountains with isolated storms along the I-25 Corridor. #cowx pic.twitter.com/RxJKEOCCW5

— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) August 23, 2023

Moisture is continuing to increase across the state, moving eastward into the mountains, so thunderstorms and showers will also increase over the mountains.

A few showers will probably move east off the foothills later in the day, and Denver has a 10% chance of showers after 4 p.m. The main possibilities are for sprinkles and some strong 45 mph winds.

Thursday and Friday have better storm chances so far, though.

An Ozone Action Day Alert was issued in Denver Tuesday afternoon lasting until 4 p.m. Wednesday. Ozone concentrations will reach the unhealthy for sensitive groups designation Wednesday evening.

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