By Chris Spears
DENVER (CBS4) – A narrow but persistent band of thunderstorms developed in east-central Colorado Tuesday evening and lasted most of the night.READ MORE: Denver Police Search For Suspect Driver In Deadly Hit & Run That Killed Pedestrian
It put on quite a light show for those in Denver with a view toward the east.
An 18-hour radar loop from Doppler 4000 shows the storms forming along some type of boundary between Denver International Airport and the town of Yuma.READ MORE: Broncos Fans Fill Empower Field At Mile High For The First Time In Nearly 2 Years
Denver’s official rain gauge at the airport measured 0.02 inches of rain from the storms around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
The rain was much heavier to the east where a few weather spotters reported up to three inches in central Yuma County.
The storms prompted a few severe thunderstorm warnings Tuesday evening a some flash flood warnings overnight in east-central Colorado as they trained over the same area.MORE NEWS: Denver Weather: From Near Record Heat To The Coolest Weather In Months