Posted 5:30 p.m. | Updated 7:45 a.m.
Via The Associated Press: The National Weather Service is investigating whether a tornado or strong winds caused serious damage to a home in Aurora after a powerful storm moved through the Denver area at the height of rush hour Wednesday afternoon.
Aurora police posted photos showing some funnel clouds in the sky during the storm, which brought heavy rain and swirling wind that stripped leaves off trees.
The rain flooded intersections and left some without power. Employees still at work were urged to stay inside but others waded across flooded intersections downtown. About 30 flights had to be diverted from Denver International Airport.
Trees were also uprooted, with some still blocking roads Thursday morning.
There were no reports of serious injuries or deaths.
Here's how the storm played out on Twitter:
Loan storm parked over city, Flash Flood Warning remains in effect. pic.twitter.com/8gzKb9yr28— Weather5280 (@weather5280) June 24, 2015
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