Northeast Colorado pounded in severe hail storm

A sedan partially submerged in hail



As some Oklahomans recovered Monday from the Sunday night tornadoes, northeast Colorado saw a different kind of storm damage—severe hail.

The city of Yuma was pelted with so much hail, much of it the size of golf balls, it created a river of the frozen rain.

A white Ford F-150 windshield is destroyed by hail


Firefighters and weather spotters had difficulties because of the lack of visibility.


A front-end loader scoops up mounds of hail


Windows of homes and businesses were broken throughout the city of nearly 3,400. School windows were shattered and classes were cancelled on Tuesday.