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Thunderstorms Bring Heavy Rain, Hail, Flooding To Metro Area

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Libby Smith sent in this picture of hail in her backyard in Aurora (credit: Libby Smith)

Libby Smith sent in this picture of hail in her backyard in Aurora (credit: Libby Smith)

DENVER (CBS4)- Thunderstorms brought heavy rain, hail and flooding to the Denver metro area on Thursday evening.
Jim Spurvey sent in this picture of hail and flooding in Thornton (credit: Jim Spurvey)

Jim Spurvey sent in this picture of hail and flooding in Thornton (credit: Jim Spurvey)

In Aurora there was street flooding reported at several intersections including Alameda and Havana. There were several vehicles stranded in that intersection while drivers tried to make their way through.

Pea-sized hail was also reported in that area.

In Thornton residents had hail and street flooding after a major downpour.

Lightning was also reported across the Denver metro area but there weren’t any reports of injuries or major damage.

A flash flood warning was in effect in Denver, Arapahoe County and Douglas County until 10:30 p.m. Thursday.

Rob Johnson sent us this picture of lightning in southwest Denver (credit: Rob Johnson)

Rob Johnson sent us this picture of lightning in southwest Denver (credit: Rob Johnson)


On Wednesday, nearly 2 inches of rain fell in about four hours in Pueblo, closing portions of Interstate 25. A stretch of U.S. 50 west of Rocky Ford was also temporarily closed due to heavy rain and flooding.
Paul Pack sent in this picture of hail on his deck near Peoria and Mississippi (credit: Paul Pack)

Paul Pack sent in this picture of hail on his deck near Peoria and Mississippi (credit: Paul Pack)

Flooding in Aurora in Libby Smith's backyard (credit: Libby Smith)

Flooding in Aurora in Libby Smith’s backyard (credit: Libby Smith)

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