2 tornadoes touch down in northeast Colorado, one near a cattle feed lot

Two tornadoes have touched down in northeast Colorado — one in an open field near Strasburg and a second twister near ranch silos at a cattle ranch near Fort Morgan, government say.

The first tornado was according in an open field 8 miles south of Strasburg at 1:43 p.m., aforementioned Jim Kalina, specialist for the National Weather Service in Boulder. No damage was according.

Around 3 p.m., a tornado smitten near a ranch about 4 miles northeast of Fort Morgan near feed silos, Kalina aforementioned.

Authorities are rushing to the scene to see if any people or animals were injured, he aforementioned.

The tornado touched down near 24 County Road, according to a dispatcher for the sheriff’s office.

The National Weather Service has issued tornado warnings for Sterling and Atwood until 4 p.m.

Tornado Warning including Sterling CO, Iliff CO, Atwood CO until 4:00 PM MDT pic.twitter.com/QeEdkXfcg6

— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) May 27, 2019

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