FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- For the sixth day in a row, Mother Nature used Colorado as a punching bag. This time, Northern and Eastern Colorado were the targets.
Lightning, rain and/or hail were reported Saturday evening in an area stretching from Larimer County all the way to the Kansas state line.
A twister was reported near Douglas, in neighboring Wyoming. So far, there have been no reports of damage.
A CONFIRMED tornado south of Douglas, Wyoming moving southeast at 30 mph.This tornado will be near...
Esterbrook around 425 PM MDT.
Esterbrook Campground and Harris Park around 430 PM MDT.
SEEK SHELTER NOW!#wywx
— NWS Cheyenne (@NWSCheyenne) July 28, 2018
Carol Evans shared five photos of the tornado which touched down about 11 miles south of that Wyoming city. One of those photos can be seen in the image for this story.
A tornado was also reported in the Nebraska Panhandle.
Sgt. Brandon Loy, of the Kimball County Sheriff's Office, said the twister touched down near the municipal airport, but did not cause any damage.
Sgt. Loy also said an eight-mile swath of crops was destroyed by baseball size hail, along Highway 71 just north of the Colorado state line.
The storm that damaged crops in Nebraska moved into Logan County, Colorado.
The severe weather warnings have been non-stop this week.
Rachel Haber died during Tuesday's storms that passed through the Front Range. She was cat sitting for a friend and got trapped in a flooded basement in Englewood.
Her funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Horan & McConaty Funeral Home, 11150 East Dartmouth Avenue in Aurora.
Kembra Allen, the friend she was cat sitting for, lost everything in the flood.
Another friend, Mandy Hansen, is planning a fundraiser to help pay for Haber's funeral and to help Ms. Allen get back on her feet.
That fundraiser will be held at Twenty Brew Tap House, at 111th and Sheridan in Westminster, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on August 5.
Hansen said she's trying to collect winter clothing, canned goods, kitchen items and cash to help the families.