Tornado warning issued for parts of Adams County

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DENVER The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning Wednesday afternoon for parts of northeastern Adams County.

The NWS said there are a few radar-indicated circulations capable of producing a brief landspout tornado across the warning area. The storm is moving east.

The warning will continue until 3 p.m.

Scattered thunderstorms and severe weather outbreaks are expected to continue on Colorado's eastern plains throughout the day. Large hail and strong winds in areas east of I-25 will be the main threat, according to the NWS.

Additional rainfall is possible in areas along the urban corridor such as Greeley, Mead and Firestone.

The storms stick around each afternoon through the start of the weekend. So far, it looks like Sunday will be warmer and drier with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s on the plains! The warming trend sticks around into the first week of June.

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