DENVER — Severe weather is a real threat to the Denver metro and its outlying regions over the next two days, with some counties already seeing severe weather strikes.
In Logan County, a Tornado Warning was issued at roughly 1 p.m. through 1:45 p.m., with reports of a brief tornado touching down in the region. The storm continued on, with many in the region chasing it.
Caught sight of the brief tornado south of Sterling #cowx
— Verne Carlson (@VerneCarlson) May 25, 2017
In Boulder County, hail and thunderstorms were a reality in the morning. Those storms could impact the Denver Metro throughout the day, with rain and thunderstorms expected.
TORNADO WARNING: Logan County, CO. Brief tornado reported 4 miles south of Atwood moving east. pic.twitter.com/yIlnJJ8Epy
— Cory Reppenhagen (@CRepp7News) May 25, 2017