Homeowners across the Denver metro area are sizing up damage to homes, cars and yards from Wednesday night’s severe storms.
A storm system has brought two small tornadoes and heavy rain to the Denver area.
Five tornadoes ripped through southeastern Colorado, leaving several communities to clean up in the aftermath of the unexpected twisters.
The City of Denver is upgrading its tornado warning system as severe weather season gets underway in Colorado.
It’s tough to think about tornadoes and thunderstorms when it’s cold and snowing outside, but the American Red Cross says severe weather season is here and Coloradans need to be ready.
The violent storm Tuesday night left lingering problems Wednesday morning, including some missing manhole covers along Grant Street in Capitol Hill and some underpasses still had standing water hours after the rain stopped.
Last week the severe storms prompted several cities to activate their tornado sirens, but no tornados were spotted. So viewers asked CBS4 to look into the reasons behind the alarms.
Power is back on for thousands of people after monsoon rains swept across the state on Thursday and caused problems in the Denver area.
It’s important to plan for tornadoes and other disasters before they happen.