Denver bracing for large hail, damaging winds on Wednesday as severe weather eyes central US
Sunday became the fourth-most-active day of 2023 in terms of severe weather reports, with more than 300 combined reports of large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes across a dozen states from the Plains to the Southeast.
People in Denver, as well as eastern Colorado and Wyoming will want to stay weather aware on Wednesday as severe storms could fire up in the afternoon and evening hours. Large hail and damaging winds are the primary threats. Isolated tornadoes should not be ruled out.
The FOX Forecast Center is continuing to track the risk of severe weather across the U.S. on Wednesday with thunderstorms capable of producing large hail and damaging winds, across the eastern Rockies and western Plains.
Denver is the largest city in Wednesday's threat zone which runs from the U.S.-Canada border southward to the border of U.S. and Mexico.
The FOX Forecast Center believes the greatest risk from severe storms will stretch from southeastern Montana through eastern Wyoming and Colorado and may reach the northern Texas Panhandle.