Severe weather breaks out across parts of eastern Colorado bringing copious amounts of hail that rained down on kids, animals, and vehicles and burying roads in drifts over a foot deep.
Several supercells rolled across the state and made quite a mess in the region. Scenes resembling Colorado blizzards were the result of these massive hailstorms.
Video shot along US-34 in Morgan County 7 miles east of Brush, Colorado just before the Morgan/Washington County line.
Scene 1-2: Wide shots of storm as it moves north of Brush.
Scene 3: Wall cloud as storm approaches Brush.
Scene 4: Three people running for cover as storm approaches (scene from early non-severe storm in Yuma, CO)
Scene 5: Hail falling on US-34.
Scene 6: Hail falling on dirt road.
Scene 7: Kids outside a minivan pulled on the shoulder collecting hail during storm. One gets bopped on the head. Both kids were okay.
Scene 8: Wide shot of minivan during hailstorm.
Scene 9-10: Raccoon running through a field as the hail falls.
Scene 11-13: Shots of hail falling on roadways during storm.
Scene 14: POV approaching where main hail shaft crossed US-34 east of Brush with ruts up to a foot deep.
Scene 15: Truck nearly spins out on deep hail and struggles for traction.
Scene 16: Vehicle pulls onto the shoulder covered in hail.
Scene 17: Shot of pulled over vehicle with semi passing.
Scene 18: Oncoming truck in hail ruts.
Scene 19: Panning of passing semi to two vehicles pulled over on US-34.
Scene 20: Long shot of truck passing pulled over vehicles in deep hail.
Scene 21-22: People standing near pulled over vehicle looking at the hail cover.
Scene 23: Oncoming semi kicks up hail.
Scene 24: Away-going truck drives through hail.
Scene 25: Hail in hand with hail drifts background.
Scene 26: Holding 1.50" stone with hail scene in background.
Scene 27: Shot of road and field covered in up to a foot of hail.
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