DENVER (CBS4) – While Denver picked up a few sprinkles and gusty winds Sunday afternoon. Other areas were not so lucky as severe storms pounded parts of the eastern plains. Funnel clouds were spotted near Hillrose in Logan county. Golf ball size hail broke windows near Julesburg and lightning may have caused wildfires in northern Larimer county and near Deer Trail.
There is a Severe T-storm Watch until 10 pm for extreme eastern Colorado Sunday night.
Labor Day should be much drier for most of the state. In fact, the only area of Colorado that may see storms should be the extreme northeastern and southeastern corners of the state.
Tuesday will be a little cooler with a slight chance for late day storms. Thursday will be dry and hot for the next Broncos home game.