Threat of tornadoes, quarter-sized hail and flash flooding in northeast Colorado

Severe weather is forecast for Colorado’s northeastern plains including a threat of isolated tornadoes, flash flooding, damaging winds and quarter-sized hail, forecasters say.

“Main threats today include large hail, damaging winds and possibly an isolated tornado,” according to a forecast by the National Weather Service in Goodland, KS.

The biggest threat of severe weather in northeast Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas is quarter-sized hail, which is rated at a high probability, the NWS reports.

The chance for winds up to 60 mph, a tornado and flash flooding are all at low, forecasters say.

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Main threats today include large hail, damaging winds, & possibly an isolated tornado.

— NWS Goodland (@NWSGoodland) May 27, 2019