Damage in Colorado from Severe Storm Could Include Possible Tornadoes

Trees and energy lines are knocked over and tiny planes are flipped upside down after a serious storm, that including hurricane sightings and hail, changed opposite a plains of northeastern Colorado.

A group from a National Weather Service is in Morgan and Washington counties this week to inspect a repairs caused by Sunday’s storms.

Meteorologist David Barjenbruch says a group is flattering assured there were tornadoes though a continue use group needs to consider that repairs might have been caused by tornadoes and that might have been caused by clever winds.

Besides repairs to a planes during a Brush airport, Barjenbruch says there were also reports of trucks knocked over on Interstate 76 and repairs to feedlot stock outward Brush.

The charge originated in southeastern Wyoming and survived into northwest Texas.