Two days of severe weather in the Denver area left insurers with a bill for $146.5 million, making the event Colorado’s fourth most costly insurance catastrophe on record, according to the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association.

From June 8 to 9, golf-ball and baseball-sized hail battered the Front Range. The hail and high winds damaged cars and homes, while heavy rain and hail flooded streets and basements. The foul weather culminated with a tornado the night of June 9.

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