A hard hail storm hit Colorado Springs area damaging homes and vehicles as a severe thunderstorm watch was issued for all of southeastern Colorado Reports of golf sized hail balls piled up between 3 inches and 8 inches high. Vehicles fell victim to the hail and waters created by the storm Dents in vehicles reflected their estimates.
Kevin Torres of Fox in Denver reports drivers stranded on I-25, traffic slowing down and some vehicles even being "dead in the water". Until eventually the storm moved out.
KRDO Chris Loveless reports "Storm drops buckets of hail on Colorado Springs' north side" and traffic on major major roadways including Academy Blvd., Powers Blvd., Woodmen Rd., and Briargate Pkwy the hail storm "buried a wide swath of the city, snarling traffic".
The Gazette Telegraph stated "Persistent hail pummeled northern Colorado Springs and El Paso County Thursday, bringing highway and street traffic to a standstill and clogging drainage systems across the region."
And as reisdents of Colorado know, if you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes. Just as quickly as the hail strom moved in, it moved out and once again blue skies covered the area. But for those of us that weren't so lucky and were driving in the storm and your vehicle was damaged you can contact Certified Hail Paintless Dent Repair and schedule a free estimate and they will come to your home or office and can fix your hail damaged vehicle restoring it without having to repaint your car.