The Latest on weather in Colorado (all times local):

8:30 p.m.

A tornado has damaged about a dozen fifth-wheel campers and caused some minor injuries in Colorado's northeastern Plains.

Morgan County Sheriff James Crone tells The Denver Post most of the campers and motorhomes were unoccupied, and everyone refused medical care.

The tornado was first reported on the ground at about 3 p.m. Saturday near the rural community of Wiggins, about 65 miles northeast of Denver. It also damaged other vehicles, toppled trees and scattered debris on the ground.

KMGH-TV reports the National Weather Service sent out a warning at 6 p.m. after confirming a tornado about 100 miles east, near the town of Wray.

The storms are expected to push east overnight.


3 p.m.

Hail the size of golf balls and tennis balls fell across Colorado's northeastern Plains on Saturday, accompanied by several tornado warnings.

The National Weather Service issued alerts for people to take shelter from large hail and severe thunderstorms as the storms moved through the Front Range toward the Nebraska border. A tornado was reported near Wiggins, a sparsely populated area about 65 miles northeast of Denver.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

The storms are expected to push east overnight.