DENVER (CBS4) – The violent storm Tuesday night left lingering problems Wednesday morning, including some missing manhole covers along Grant Street in Capitol Hill and some underpasses still had standing water hours after the rain stopped.
It was the seventh day in a row there has been significant rain somewhere in the metro area. That’s all because of the monsoon flow. CBS4 meteorologist Dave Aguilera explained how it contributed to Monday night’s super-charged lightning storm on CBS4 News at 4. Watch his report in the video below.
Last week the severe storms prompted several cities to activate their tornado sirens, but many people said no tornadoes were spotted. So viewers asked CBS4 to look into the reasons behind the alarms. Read the story: Decision To Turn On Tornado Sirens Not Taken Lightly
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