Colorado’s Eastern Plains region saw severe weather on Sunday, resulting in multiple tornadoes touching down. According to the Denver Post, “oyster-sized” hail fell, as well. According to the National Weather Service, wind speeds reached 60 miles per hour. Hail was originally announced to be capable of reaching “tennis-ball” size.

Of the four tornadoes to touched down throughout the afternoon, one touched down near Akron around 3:00PM, one touched down near Yuma at around 4:30 PM, and two touched down near Otis.

See one of the funnels near Otis in the video below, recorded at 4:30 PM on Sunday by Scott “Chaser” Curry of Severe Videos:

Here’s a tweet about the storm:

No damage or injuries are currently being reported as resulting from the tornadoes.

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