June 29 forecast: More sun, more storms

Tim Drago, a support judge, braves a roaring hailstorm to collect ballots from passing voters. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Tim Drago, a support judge, braves a roaring hailstorm to collect ballots from passing voters. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Good morning! The high today, June 29, is 93 degrees, with a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon in Denver, the National Weather Service forecasts.

In fact, those storms seem pretty likely. They’re expected to develop over the mountains around noon before rolling east. Points east of Denver are expected to get the worst, but Denver and the foothills still could see 45 mph winds and small hail, according to NWS.

No rest for the soaking, either. Thursday, Friday and Saturday all have significant chances of storms.

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