- Associated Press - Thursday, May 26, 2016

DENVER (AP) - Thunderstorms producing large hail and damaging winds along are possible again along the Front Range and northeastern Colorado.

The National Weather Service says Thursday’s storms could also produce a few tornadoes east of Interstate 25 while snow is expected in parts of the mountains.

People in Washington and Yuma counties are still cleaning up from Tuesday’s storms, which produced about a half dozen tornadoes. Most of the damage was done by winds up to 115 mph and hail that pelted buildings and vehicles.

The Weather Service says the strongest twister was an EF-1 tornado that touched down near Platner in Washington County, which picked up a pole shed and carried the debris about a mile.

Other tornadoes also touched down in Adams County, near Akron and in Yuma County.

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