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A powerful supercell storm produced wind gusts estimated around 80 mph and small tornado in eastern Kiowa County. In addition, hail up to the size of tennis balls occurred causing damage to vehicles and structures. Kiowa County law enforcement have been checking with local residents and assessing damage in eastern Kiowa County.

A trained weather spotter reported a small tornado just east of Sheridan Lake, which pushed his vehicle off the road and caused minor damage to a house just south of the road. The description was consistent with EF0 damage, with updates to follow.

The Plainview School, 4 miles east of Sheridan Lake, sustained broken windows, snapped trees, and downed power lines.

There was a report of some damage to a house in far northeast Prowers County by the emergency manager, with more details to follow. Many storm chasers witnessed the storm across eastern Colorado, and as of 715 p.m MDT, no photos or videos of tornados have been submitted to NWS Pueblo.

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Base Reflectivity an Base Velocity Radar Volume Scans

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Differential Reflectivity and Correlation Radar Volume Scans

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