DENVER — Spring storms moved through Colorado on Monday, bringing lightning, rain, some hail and funnel clouds to much of the Denver metro area.
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Just after 1:30 p.m., the National Weather Service (NWS) was tracking a strong thunderstorm 5 miles east of Arapahoe Park in Aurora (this is 23 miles east of Denver) that was headed northeast at 15 mph.
Multiple 9NEWS viewers spotted a funnel cloud over Aurora that quickly dissipated.
Multiple funnel clouds spotted along Colorado's Front Range on Monday afternoon
A second funnel cloud formed near Elizabeth.
Neither of these funnels reached the ground, so did not become tornadoes.
A landspout tornado was reported in Sterling.
We expect more spring storms Tuesday, though those are projected to be weaker.