KUSA – A severe storm that swept through Colorado Monday afternoon caused flooding, hail and mudslides in parts of the state -- and prompted the city of Manitou Springs to tell all residents to evacuate to higher ground.
In a Facebook post late Monday night, the Manitou Springs Mayor said their infrastructure held up OK, but warned that there will be lots of mud and debris to clean up in the coming days.
US 285 was closed west of Bailey at around 4 p.m. due to a mudslide that has since been cleaned up, according to Colorado State Patrol.
Water was seen rushing down a road in Teller County.
A traffic cameras showed an apparent mudslide on US 24 in Chipita Park.
A video from a reporter at 9NEWS sister station KOAA showed water rushing down a road in Manitou Springs.
Check out the hail at the Penny Arcade in Manitou Springs.
Closer to Denver, 9NEWS Meteorologist Becky Ditchfield spotted water in the road at Gun Club and Alameda Avenue.
All flights were grounded at Denver International Airport due to a severe lightning storm.