STERLING - According to reports, flooding in Sterling, Colo. left vehicles stranded after severe thunderstorms dropped heavy rain on Logan County Saturday afternoon.

"We do have reports of some vehicles stranded in the streets, as well as flood waters up to two to three feet deep in some areas on the roads," WeatherEye Meteorologist Patrick McMillan said. "If you're in Sterling and you see water covering the roadways, play it safe, turn around and go back where you were coming from. You don't want to risk stranding your vehicle or even worse, potentially getting swept away in those flood waters."

The National Weather Service reported thunderstorms produced between two to three inches of rain at 6:13 p.m. Saturday. The weather service expected flash flood of small creeks and streams, gulches, roads, and poor drainage and low-lying areas in and around Sterling, Iliff, Padroni, Atwood, Logan Corners and Reiradon Hill.

A flash flood warning remained in effect for south central Logan County until 9:15 p.m. Saturday.

According to a report from the NWS, hail measured 1.75" in diameter in Sterling.