The first day of summer came in with a strong for in Grand Junction, Colo. with a rain storm that flooded streets and blew down trees.

Trees Down at 12th and Patterson Road in Grand Junction, Colorado

Social media users took to Facebook to share images of the trees that blew down near the intersection of 12th and Patterson.

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Police were on the scene to direct traffic and ensure that travelers were safe.

Other users shared images from different directions at the busy intersection.

24-1/2 Road Flooded Near Grand Junction's Mesa Mall

People driving down 24-1/2 Road near the Mesa Mall were forced to drive through what looks like a river flowing down the busy road.

There is a flood advisory for the Grand Valley area as rain and storms are predicted to push through the area for the next few hours and into tomorrow.

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