Broken windows and leaky roofs were left behind Tuesday morning after a storm swept through the Front Range Monday afternoon, bringing with it hail, heavy rain and high winds.

Debris littered the Berkeley neighborhood in Denver, damaging the roof of the Olinger Moore Howard Chapel at West 46th Avenue and Tennyson Street.

There were roof tiles in the grass Tuesday morning.

The Colorado Mills Mall planned to stay closed until Wednesday as crews worked to make repairs after as many as three inches of water flooded the building.

A 9NEWS reporter who was in the area Tuesday morning spotted multiple cars in the mall’s parking lot that had been left behind after golfball-sized hail pierced their windshields.


A Lakewood car dealer also had to deal with lots of shattered windows. 

Homeowners told 9NEWS Reporter Colleen Ferreira that they were having difficulty finding a rental car given how many vehicles were damaged on Monday afternoon.

They had to go all the way to Colorado Springs to find something their insurance would cover.

The Adams 14 School District and Beach Court Elementary School in Denver were closed Tuesday due to storm damage and cleanup.

Sky9 flew over Beach Court Elementary, where it saw hail still coating the building's roof. 

More than 12 hours after the storm, hail was still seen coating area baseball diamonds by Sky9.

Fairfax Park in Commerce City was flooded Monday morning, but seeing how it's a retention pond, this is what's actually supposed to happen, 9NEWS Traffic Reporter Amelia Earhart said. 

As for more severe storm risk, we aren’t out of the woods quite yet.

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9NEWS Meteorologist Marty Coniglio says the focus of the severe weather will shift slightly east, with the highest risk over the central and southeastern plains.

The Front Range may still see some intense storms after 3 p.m.