Severe thunderstorms drop three to five inches of hail forcing the use of snow plows to clear the roads in eastern El Paso County in Colo. on April 27, 2021. Later, a nearby supercell would spawn a double tornado for a brief time near Kit Carson.
00:00 – Snow plow pushing up to 6 inches of hail from a severe thunderstorm in eastern El Paso County.
00:24 – Drivers tread carefully down a road covered in deep hail in eastern El Paso County.
00:34 – Drivers approach a stop sign as hail continues to fall and add to an already healthy hail accumulation in eastern El Paso County.
00:46 – A brief second tornado alongside the main tornado in Kit Carson County.
00:52 – A tornado in Kit Carson County with funnel condensing.
01:03 – Same tornado in Kit Carson County with tube condensation and dust circulation.
01:18 – Driving down the road with with a dusty tornado in the distance.
01:29 – Intense wind driven dirt and sand whips by and creates zero visibility on a dirt road near Kit Carson.
02:13 – Drivers brave near zero visibility from high winds kicking up sand.
02:22 – Truck driving through deep hail in eastern El Paso County.
02:29 – SUV driving in deep hail in eastern El Paso County.
02:42 – Slushy hail on windshield as more falls eastern El Paso County.
02:50 – Storm structure after producing tornado near Kit Carson, CO.
SID: Trevor Cokley