A storm that produced hundreds, if not thousands of lightning bolts, heavy rain, and large hail pelted parts of Northern Colorado on Tuesday, May 28. I decided to take the trash to the curb at approximately 9:30 p.m. and noticed storm clouds off in the distance to the east. Since it was quite a nice light show, I stood around and spoke with my neighbor across the street for a bit while watching the storm.

Moments later, I told him I had a bad feeling about this storm... Turns out I was right. Not long after, the raindrops began to fall, and within minutes, so did the hail. I quickly pulled my truck into the garage and what happened next was nothing short of anxiety-inducing chaos from the sky.

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The sky opened up and dropped the largest hail I have seen in recent history. In Johnstown, we saw hail stones larger than a quarter pelt everything in sight. The streets filled with rain water like a river and the hail smashed into the rushing water like a stone being thrown into a lake.

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The Largest Hail From The Storm in Northern Colorado

It appears that Johnstown, Milliken, and parts of Greeley were the most impacted by the storm on Tuesday night. Some locations saw hail as large as two inches in diameter. Here are the largest hail stones that hit Northern Colorado according to KDVR.

  • Weld County - Garden City - 2 inches
  • Kit Carson County - WSW Flagler 1.75 inches
  • Weld County - West Johnstown - 1.75 inches
  • Weld County - Johnstown - 1.75 inches
  • Weld County - Johnstown - 1.5 inches
  • Weld County - North Garden City - 1 inch
  • Weld County - Milliken - 1 inch

More storms in Northern Colorado are in the forecast today. The National Weather Service says we have a medium-high risk of hail and wind, possibly flooding and tornadoes.

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