A line of severe storms exploded east of Denver prompting a slew of severe thunderstorm and even tornado warnings. Storms produced copious amounts of hail, mostly smaller than 1-inch, but lots of it.
Video shot along US-36 in Adams County about 5-10 miles EAST of Byers, CO. Hail stops traffic along US-36 as visibility lowered to near zero at times and roads became covered in hail several inches deep making for very slick driving conditions.
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Scene 1-2: Wide shots of storm with hail shaft and flashes of lightning.
Scene 3: Lowering on leading edge of the storm during the tornado warning.
Scene 4: Blowing dust gusting out from storm.
Scene 5: POV with hail covering road with police with lights driving by.
Scene 6: POV with three vehicles scattered on shoulders during hail.
Scene 7: POV looking down a hill at wintery hail scene.
Scene 8: POV on US-36 with hail several inches deep with various cars pulled off.
Scene 9: Shot of hail covered road with two vehicles pulled off.
Scene 10: Vehicle leaving parking spot in hail and spinning tires a bit.
Scene 11: POV passing parked car in accumulated hail.
Scene 12: Van drives by on hail during storm.
Scene 13: Oncoming vehicle in hail with rooster tail.
Scene 14: Looking back at hail with van driving away in hail.
Scene 15: Looking down hail covered road/hill with vehicles parked.
Scene 16: Oncoming car on hail covered road.
Scene 17: Hail landscape with street sign in foreground.
Scene 18: Hail and wind with trees.
Scene 19: Hail on road and falling with trees.
Scene 20: Tight to wide pan of hail covered road during storm
Scene 21: Heavy hail covering road and falling.
Scene 22: Shot of hail with water flow.
Scene 23: Shot of street covered in hail.
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