Officials in southeastern Colorado said there were two tornadoes Wednesday in Bent County.
One hit eight miles south of John Martin Reservoir and another touched down 15 miles south of Las Animas.
No damage has been reported.
The storm also brought heavy rain to Bent and neighboring Baca counties, with over four inches falling in some parts.
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- Tornado Watch: This is issued when the conditions in the atmosphere are suitable for the formation of tornadoes.
- Tornado Warning: This is issued when a tornado has touched ground, has been indicated by Doppler, and/or there is a funnel cloud in the area.
What to do in case of a Tornado Warning
- If in your home, go to an interior room on the lowest floor. Stay away from glass and wide-span roofs. Crouch down and cover your head.
- If in your car or mobile home, abandon them and go to a designated shelter or find a ditch and stay as low as possible.
- Do not open your windows during a tornado. This will only take time and can cause you to not be able to take adequate shelter. If a tornado is close enough to effect the pressure inside the house, then it is hitting your house.
- Do not try to outrun or out drive a tornado. Tornadoes can travel an excess of 100 MPH. Finding the nearest shelter or ditch is the best form of safety.
Source: National Weather Service contributed to this report