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Flash Flood Watch issued until 6 PM today
 
Flash Flood Watch Issued May 18 at 5:41pm until May 19 at 6:00pm by NWS Boulder

Heavy rain possible tonight and tomorrow in the foothills

An approaching trough will spread showers and thunderstorms across the Front Range foothills tonight and tomorrow. Rainfall rates up to an inch in a half hour will be possible, and the threat of flooding will be highest in the 4mile and High Park burn areas. Residents in and near these burns should be very vigilant of any heavy rain tonight and tomorrow.

The Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Tuesday afternoon.

The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of central Colorado and north central Colorado, including the following areas: in central Colorado, Jefferson and west Douglas counties above 6000 feet, Gilpin/Clear Creek/northeast Park counties below 9000 feet, in north central Colorado, Larimer and Boulder counties between 6000 and 9000 feet, through Tuesday afternoon. Heavy rain will be possible tonight and tomorrow, thunderstorms will be capable of producing up to an inch of rain in 30 minutes. Burn areas may see quick runoff of any heavy rain over the burn areas. Residents should be very vigilant of thunderstorms dropping heavy rain tonight and tomorrow.

 

 

Created:05/18/15, Modified:05/19/15, expires:05/19/15, priority:0