DENVER –Severe thunderstorms produced some tornado warnings including one that stopped flights at Denver International Airport and sent travelers in the terminal and concourses into shelters Monday evening.
That warning was allowed to expire at 6:45 p.m.
Tornado warning has been lifted. We're returning to normal operations. No reports of damage at this time.
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Radar indicated a possible tornado about one mile southeast of Denver International Airport. There was no confirmation that a tornado was ever on the ground.
Severe storms were expected to continue across the Eastern Plains Monday night. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was in effect for the entire area until 11 p.m.