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DENVER —  Severe thunderstorms moved from the mountains and foothills and into the Metro area Thursday evening, bringing hail and flooding to parts of the state.

Residents in Castle Rock were pummeled with hail, while sections of the area looked as if they were blanketed with snow.

A Flash Flood Warning was issued for Douglas County until 6:45 p.m., while several Flash Flood Watch advisories were issued for parts of southern Colorado.

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The storms are expected to last through the late evening, and could have the potential to cause flash flooding near the burn scars in the foothills especially the Waldo Canyon area.

Another round of thunderstorms is expected Friday afternoon.