Tessa Long

Despite a general trend towards warmer, more summer-like weather Tuesday and Wednesday, the Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says some severe storms, possibly including large hail, are possible both days.

The agency posted this statement on its website on Tuesday morning:

''Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible both today and Wednesday as a slow moving front slowly moves eastward. For today, this front lays roughly along a line from Douglas to Torrington to Kimball. Any storms that do form today will move eastward into more unstable air east of this front. Main hazards today will be strong downburst winds of 60-70 mph. Some large hail will also be possible. Front slowly moves east tonight into Wednesday with the threat for severe thunderstorms shifting mainly into the Panhandle for Wednesday afternoon. Stay weather aware today, have a way to receive any future warnings over the next couple days. Keep an eye on the sky today if you're out and about. Take shelter if a storm moves over your location.''