Cheyenne Suffers Worst Hail Storm In Ten Years [AUDIO]
In conversation with Meteorologist Don Day early this morning, damage to the Capital City is extensive.
Golf ball sized hail and rain in excess of 2 and 1/2 inches contributed to the flooding and damage that roared thru Cheyenne last night between 5:15 and 5:50 pm.
From the Wyoming-Tribune Eagle
The storm damaged cars and airplanes in the Capital City, caused power outages, and covered lawns and streets with a frozen summer blanket that resembled the aftermath of a snowstorm in some locations.
The severe thunderstorm produced hail and a heavy rain that flooded many intersections in town.
read the rest of the article here.
James Brosher of The Wyoming Tribune-Eagle also produced this photo album of the Cheyenne area. click here.