Tornadoes Touch Down In Northeast Colorado

By: KKTV Email
By: KKTV Email

Several tornadoes touched down in Colorado Monday afternoon, as strong storms rolled through the state.

According to the National Weather Service, four tornadoes briefly touched down in northeast Colorado, near Deer Trail, Agate and in Morgan County.

A shed in Morgan County was destroyed as a result. There have not been any other reports of damage.

Storms also dumped rain and hail all over the state, sparking several Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Monday.

Tuesday is looking much drier. The next best chance for rain will be late Wednesday night and Thursday as a disturbance moves through.


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  • by Sealey Location: Denver on Aug 17, 2010 at 07:32 PM
    Hey David, That's a rather arrogant post.. the rest of this video was not posted, so you may want to see this "dust devil" in its entirety on the chaser's website. Looks like a tornado to me... http://www.tornadoeskick.com/2010/08/3914
  • by David Location: Colorado Springs on Aug 17, 2010 at 03:51 AM
    That's a "tornado?" "Very impressive video?" Cricky! I've hiked through dustdevils in the American Southwest that packed more wallop than this wee toddler. Seriously, folks, although it's NOT "very impressive video," if there are storm clouds in the neighborhood and you see something as puny as this, it's still rotational and is probably a fledgling tornado, so please DO seek shelter. It's just the prudent thing to do.
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