DENVER (CBS4) – A round of severe thunderstorms pounded eastern Colorado late Sunday with large hail, heavy rain and strong wind gusts. Two weak tornadoes were also reported.
In the small community of Laird, just east of Wray along Highway 34 in Yuma County, the hail reached over two inches in diameter. Mary Ann Carlock sent us pictures of the large stones.READ MORE: Coloradans Kim Dobson And Ashley Brasovan Take Top Spots In Mount Washington Road Race
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Two weak tornadoes were reported in Cheyenne County a few hours before sunset. One was spotted by the fire department just northwest of Cheyenne Wells.READ MORE: Preventing Theft: Denver Police Etching VIN On Catalytic Converters
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Monday afternoon could bring more severe weather to the region with large hail and isolated tornadoes possible once again. The Storms Prediction Center has placed the far eastern counties of Colorado under an enhanced risk to see storms.MORE NEWS: Colorado Weather: Landspout Tornadoes Hit Colorado Plains