From rain to snow, back to rain, then a mix, and finally thunderstorms with small hail.
CBS4’s Ed Greene and Justin McHeffey on Wednesday went to Lockheed Martin in Littleton to get a first look at new technology designed to better predict how much snow a blizzard could drop in Colorado, or when a tornado could develop.
Sunday’s severe storms brought a lot of lightning to the Denver metro area. At one point there were 1,600 lightning strikes, and one of the bolts hit a home in Arapahoe County.
High winds toppled a tree, crushing a mobile home and injuring one person on Billings Street near I-225 and Colfax Avenue on Wednesday night.
Spring thunderstorms could bring some heavy rain to parts of Colorado Friday, but thankfully there are no more tornadoes or golf ball-sized hail in the forecast.
Homeowners in one Denver neighborhood have been assessing the damage from Wednesday’s round of strong storms.
Call it insult to injury at a car dealership in Lakewood involving hail damage.
More spring thunderstorms are expected Thursday along the Front Range and eastern Colorado, a day after six tornadoes touched down east of Denver.
Severe storms moved through the Denver metro area on Wednesday afternoon bringing with them heavy rain, damaging hail and tornadoes.
Denver International Airport has been cleared to resume operations after severe thunderstorms and a tornado warning grounded flights.