Rural areas in Roosevelt and Curry counties were hit hard by hail Tuesday night.
As of 11 p.m., Roosevelt County Emergency Management Director Keith Wattenbarger said dispatchers hadn't received any calls for service and no major damage that would require shelter had been reported.
Wattenbarger said a Floyd man spotted a tornado that touched down near Floyd.
Jennifer Palucki of the National Weather Service in Albuquerque reported at 11:10 p.m. her office had received no reports of tornadoes.
She said the bigger story was the hail, with reports of softball size that broke out skylights and vehicle windows.
Robin Simpson of Dora said her truck's windshield was broken but said she wouldn't be able to see any roof damage until the morning.
In Curry County, Melrose resident Casey Hallaway reported major damage at his residence near the town's school from golf ball sized hail. The storm passed through a little after 9 p.m.
He said the hail, which lasted about five to 10 minutes, was mixed with heavy rain.
He said the hail broke out three windows at his home and the windows in both his vehicles. He said he heard of similar damage all around town.
Curry County Emergency Management Coordinator Ken De Los Santos said there were unofficial reports of funnel clouds Tuesday night in Melrose and St. Vrain.
He said he heard of reports of tennis to golf ball size hail with the storm, which had Curry County under a tornado warning until 9:15 p.m.