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>> Land spout tornadoes touch down near Denver, Colorado

Denver International Airport moves passengers to shelter during tornadoes

Two tornadoes were spotted by trained National Weather Service spotters out of the Fort Lupton area just north of Denver, Colorado, on Monday afternoon. Thankfully only causing minor damage to some businesses and retail shops. Warnings of twisters spotted in the northeast portion of Aurora prompted the Denver International Airport to order travelers to seek shelter in the airports concourses. Operations at the airport resumed just before 5:00 pm.

The second tornado was spotted later in the southwest area of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in Adams County. Weather Channel experts explained that these land spout-type tornadoes are dangerous and can cause damage. News agencies reported many photos of Monday's tornadoes which were sent in by residents in both areas. Fortunately, no injuries or fatalities occurred.




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