Hail ripped the awning off a school and forced police officers to spend the day cleaning up instead of fighting crime in the town of Eaton.
Passengers of Frontier Airlines are continuing to feel the effects of a severe hail storm last week. Several days later the airline is still canceling dozens of flights. Get the complete list of flights through Tuesday at frontierairlines.com.
Still reeling from a hail storm that damaged dozens of planes Wednesday night, more than 100 flights were canceled at Denver International Airport on Friday.
Frontier Airlines has released photos of the damage Wednesday’s hail storm caused to their fleet. Several Frontier flights were cancelled out of Denver International Airport on Wednesday and Thursday because of the hail damage.
Quarter-size hail pelted parts of the Denver area Wednesday night and there were concerns about flooding in Boulder in another round of severe weather. Early Thursday morning officials in Boulder said two surges in Boulder Creek wound up having no major impacts.
Tuesday’s storms lasted into the early morning hours of Wednesday in some Denver metro area neighborhoods. In just one hour, police in Denver received 400 calls related to the weather.