Hail, tornadoes, heavy rain make for a wild weather in Colorado

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DENVER -- There's still have a chance for storms on Wednesday, but there are expected to be fewer of them and with less severity that what hit the region Tuesday.

Severe storms brought destructive hail to the Denver metro area and the Front Range. There were reports of tornadoes and funnel clouds to the eastern Plains and heavy rain in many parts of Colorado on Tuesday.

The severe storms were expected to leave late Tuesday night.

The hail broke car windows in southeast metro Denver. It also caused damaged in communities along the northern Front Range and in places such as Limon on the eastern Plains.

The hail in southeast Aurora was as big as golf balls, or bigger. And it did not treat a couple of golf courses well when the storm hit.

Viewers sent photos and videos that told the story about the wild weather.

Just as the storms were ramping up, a tree came down on Boulder Creek. It will likely be there until crews can remove it Wednesday.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News -- and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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