Another weather disturbance tracked across the state of Colorado Thursday, and created a few severe storms on the plains east of Denver.

There was also a low threat of strong thunderstorms in the Denver area and the rest of the Interstate 25 corridor, however, the stability will likely keep those storms at bay through most of the day.

Heavy rains pelted the area, dropping gobs of hail - some golfball-sized - and flooding places like Limon.

That stability in the atmosphere has been making it difficult for storms to build to strong the last couple of days, but Thursday's shortwave trough pushed up a few strong storms on the Palmer Divide after noon.

A photo taken on June 25 of the 9NEWS Weather Titan.