Severe thunderstorms are possible again along the Front Range and northeastern Colorado.
The National Weather Service says large hail will be the main threat from Thursday's storms but damaging winds and a few tornadoes could also be possible.
The forecast comes as people on the Eastern Plains are still cleaning up from several tornadoes, hail and strong winds from Tuesday's storms.
The National Weather Service says the strongest of the twisters was a tornado that touched down near Platner in Washington County. It picked up a pole shed and carried the debris about a mile away to where the tornado lifted.
The sheriff says numerous homes sustained significant hail damage there and at least 50 power poles were knocked down.
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