An early start to what is shaping up to be an active 48 hours across eastern Colorado as storms fired across the Palmer Divide and dropped enough hail to cover US Highway 24 southwest of Limon early Friday afternoon. This is only a taste of things to come as more storms are expected later today and more so on Friday with the potential for more flooding rains, large hail, damaging winds, and even tornadoes.
Scene 1-2: Storm structure shots of the Matheson storm.
Scene 3: POV driving shot of oncoming traffic as lightning strikes in the right top frame. Hail covering the road.
Scene 4: POV shot as hail covers the road southwest of Limon.
Scene 5: Driving cars in the hail as it covers the road.
Scene 6-7: Shots of cars in the low visibility hail southwest of Limon.
Scene 8-9: Shots of hail covering the road with cars pulling off the shoulder.
Scene 10: Shot of hail hitting the road.
Scene 11: Shot of hail bouncing in the grass.
Scene 12: Passing cars in the hail.