In Aurora there was street flooding reported at several intersections including Alameda and Havana. There were several vehicles stranded in that intersection while drivers tried to make their way through.READ MORE: Golden Cancer Patient Calling On State To Include More Patients In Next Vaccine Phase
Pea-sized hail was also reported in that area.READ MORE: 'They Left Her For Dead': 14 Year Old & 18 Year Old Charged With Woman's Murder On Colfax
In Thornton residents had hail and street flooding after a major downpour.
Lightning was also reported across the Denver metro area but there weren’t any reports of injuries or major damage.MORE NEWS: Weld County Joins 'Meat In' Day Supporters Following Polis' Controversial Announcement
A flash flood warning was in effect in Denver, Arapahoe County and Douglas County until 10:30 p.m. Thursday.
On Wednesday, nearly 2 inches of rain fell in about four hours in Pueblo, closing portions of Interstate 25. A stretch of U.S. 50 west of Rocky Ford was also temporarily closed due to heavy rain and flooding.