A soggy Colorado was looking forward to clearer, calmer skies over the next few days — though forecasters warned another Pacific storm could send a watery wallop next weekend.
A tornado on Thursday night in Larimer County tore into more than a dozen homes, destroying three.
Tornadoes in Elbert County Thursday night severely damaged one home and caused damage to five others.
While lightning and tornadoes are obvious hazards, strong wind and large hail can be just as dangerous and life-threatening.
Severe storms that spawned several tornadoes blew through the Front Range Monday afternoon.
Five tornadoes touched down on Colorado’s Eastern Plains on Saturday afternoon, causing damage in some areas.
State Farm Insurance teams went out Monday to take a look at the aftermath of Sunday’s storm trying to get a feel for just how much damage there is to repair.
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.
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.
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.