Weather in Colorado can be unpredictable, to say the least. The forecast called for hurricane-force winds in part of Colorado on Wednesday throughout most of the day.

While I am sitting here in Windsor, we haven't seen much when it comes to wind. That doesn't mean that a few miles down the road things aren't getting blown around. Some places in Colorado have clocked wind speeds in the triple digits, people are reporting down trees and power outages in Facebook groups across the Front Range.

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One Colorado TikTok account captured something truly wild on Wednesday. Hundreds, if not thousands of tumbleweeds fly through a neighborhood. As the view pans, you can see how many are flying by in the short clip. As you can imagine, plenty more tumbleweeds are making their way to the street from wherever they were from.

I do have to say that the selected song for the video fits the scene all too well. This wasn't the only video that TikTok user "ClownMe69" posted. They also shared what they call a behind-the-scenes video of even more tumbleweed being blown at a high rate down the street.

The video was shared on a Facebook group called Discover Colorado - Through Your Photos by Michelle My-Bell. Michelle left the caption "Dacono, rolling in from Boulder".

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Source: TikTok - Facebook

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