KIT CARSON COUNTY, Colo. — Fourteen tornadoes hit Colorado in less than two hours on Monday afternoon.
There were seven in Washington County, three in Kit Carson County, two in Morgan County, and two in Weld County, according to preliminary data from the National Weather Service in Boulder on Tuesday.
The tornadoes hit Colorado between 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Monday.
The weather service released a preliminary overview detailing each of the tornadoes Tuesday night.
The weather service office in Boulder reported on 11 tornadoes. The office in Goodland, Kansas reported three tornadoes in eastern Colorado.
Preliminary data from yesterday's tornadoes: 7 in Washington County, 3 in Kit Carson County, 2 in Morgan County, 2 in Weld County. A total of 14 tornadoes in Colorado between about 5 PM and 6:30 PM Monday. More details coming soon. #cowx
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) May 29, 2018
Video obtained by FOX31 and Channel 2 showed apparent twin tornadoes in Washington County along Highway 36 near Cope, shortly before 5:30 p.m. when the area was under a tornado warning.
A farmer was surrounded by the tornadoes on Monday when his truck got stuck in the sand. He hid in a ditch with three others as he watched tornadoes touch down around him.