The small town of Wray, Colo., is roughly a three-hour drive southeast from Cheyenne.

It was the center of attention this weekend for meteorologists across the world.

An outbreak of severe weather prompted a handful of tornadoes in northeast Colorado, but this one in particular had everyone's attention. The half-mile wide twister destroyed four structures and injured five people. No deaths were reported. Luckily the tornado didn't make its way into Wray city limits.