For the second day in a row, lightning has been blamed in the death of a visitor at Rocky Mountain National Park.
The deaths of two people in two days from lightning strikes in Rocky Mountain National Park has prompted the reminder that nowhere outside is safe when there’s an electrical storm.
More people were injured by a lightning strike on Saturday after a strike killed a woman and injured seven others on Friday.
The storm traveled from the foothills to the eastern plains, dropping baseball sized hail across multiple counties.
The July Full Moon is known as the Buck Moon and will appear largest while on the horizon.
The man who recorded a lightning strike during a severe thunderstorm earlier this week was knocked to the ground when the lightning bolt struck too close to his home.
An Evergreen man was nearly washed away during a torrential downpour on Monday night after his driveway washed away right underneath him.
The Evergreen area was hit hard by Monday night’s storm with road damage and driveways washed out.
Monday evening’s storm ripped down trees through the Denver metro area and also pulled down power lines.
About 100 Boy Scouts are back at their southern Colorado camp after being evacuated because of flooding.