Hail the size of grapefruit, heavy rainfall, and several tornadoes caused damage and flooding across parts of the Rockies and Plains overnight into Friday, officials and meteorologists said.
Seven tornadoes were reported in Colorado and one in Kansas, according to the National Weather Service.
At least three homes were demolished in the town of Berthoud, 40 miles north of Colorado, the Larimer County Office of Emergency Management said. The Associated Press reported there were no injuries.
Crews were checking reports of 25 other homes in the area that were possibly damaged or destroyed, the AP added, but they were hindered by bad …
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