National Weather Service
A line of severe storms packing high winds and hail swept across Colorado’s Front Range and eastern plains Sunday, spawning several damaging tornadoes, including one that dropped down near a junior golf tournament southeast of Denver.
Water levels near Greeley are expected to recede and drop below flood stage over the coming days.
The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings or advisories Saturday for much of northern and parts of central Colorado.
Heavy rains over a short period of time have flooded some streets in Boulder.
A flood warning for the Poudre River near Greeley has been extended through Sunday.
The Poudre River near Greeley was at nearly 9 feet, above the 8-foot flood stage, Wednesday morning, but receding.
Heavy rains inundated the foothills region and the city of Loveland.
More spring thunderstorms are expected Thursday along the Front Range and eastern Colorado, a day after six tornadoes touched down east of Denver.
There have been no reports of damage or injuries from tornadoes, but in some places, hail piled up several inches deep.
It’s hard to believe that severe weather season is literally around the corner, especially since it was just in the teens and low 20s with snow!