CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Severe storms spawned tornadoes and dropped large hail in parts of eastern Wyoming, injuring at least one person.

Tornadoes were reported Monday afternoon in Laramie, Platter, Goshen and Natrona counties.

In Goshen County, where a tornado damaged a house and overturned tractors, there was one report of a person being injured.

Five tornadoes were reported in Laramie County, including one near Carpenter that damaged four or five homes, downed power lines and damaged a gas line. There were no reports of injuries.

There were numerous reports of golf ball- and baseball-sized hail that damaged vehicles and other property.

Meantime, a snow advisory was posted Monday night and Tuesday morning for areas of western Wyoming, including Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park. Some mountains could get up to 14 inches.

Information from: Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune,

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