Viewers Share Photos Of July 29 Storm

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A round of storms blasted through El Paso County Monday afternoon, bringing a lot of pea size hail and very heavy rain.

Street flooding and small hail hit Colorado Springs pretty hard. While Waldo Canyon was spared the worst of the heavy rain, a storm hit the Black Forest burn scar directly and caused some flooding. Mud, ash, and plenty of water raced across Shoup Road and closed it for a couple hours near Casey Lane and Tia Lane. Thankfully, no major problems were reported with flash flooding.

11 News viewers shared their photos of what they saw during this latest storm system.

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