Published: June 12,2017
Severe weather impacted the Plains and Midwest Monday, where there were at least 23 reports of tornadoes in northeast Colorado, southwest Nebraska and Wyoming, as well as reports of damage caused by hail and strong winds.
One tornado was spotted near Cheyenne, Wyoming. A reported tornado in Goshen County, Wyoming, caused damage to a house, blew away sheds and overturned tractors.
(FORECAST: Severe Threat in Plains, Midwest
At least one car had its windshield, back window and sunroof smashed after hail as large as softballs fell in Wheatland, Wyoming. Car windows were also smashed in Cheyenne. Near Carpenter, Wyoming, a gas line was reportedly broken and power lines were downed.
Strong winds in Grand Junction, Colorado, blew a barn into a neighbor's yard, KKCO 11 News reported.
An isolated severe thunderstorm dropped hailstones up to the size of golf balls on Lincoln, Nebraska, Monday morning.
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