The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a
* small stream Flood Advisory for...
western Boulder County in central Colorado...
western Gilpin County in central Colorado...
south central Larimer County in north central Colorado...
eastern Grand County in central Colorado...
central Clear Creek County in central Colorado...
* until 345 am MDT
* at 152 am MDT... Doppler radar indicated heavy rain over the
mountains. This will cause small stream flooding in the advisory
area. Up to one inch of rain has already fallen.
* Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Estes Park... Nederland... Fraser... Georgetown... Winter Park...
Central City... Grand Lake... Empire... Silver Plume... Ward...
Dumont... St Marys Glacier... Tolland... Eldora... Allenspark...
Brainard Lake... Berthoud Falls... Arapahoe peak... Bakerville and
Rock slides and debris flows are likely from this rainfall. Minor
flooding of creeks and streams... roads and roadside culverts is also
Lat... Lon 3968 10591 4038 10580 4039 10542 3968 10555
1023 PM MDT Tue Jul 29 2014
... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* portions of central Colorado... east central Colorado... north
central Colorado and northeast Colorado... including the
following areas... in central Colorado... central and Southeast
Park County... Jefferson and west Douglas counties above 6000
feet/Gilpin/Clear Creek/Northeast Park counties below 9000
feet and south and southeast grand/west central and southwest
Boulder/Gilpin/Clear Creek/Summit/north and West Park counties
above 9000 feet. In east central Colorado... north and
northeast Elbert County below 6000 feet/North Lincoln County
and southeast Elbert County below 6000 feet/South Lincoln
County. In north central Colorado... Larimer County below 6000
feet/northwest Weld County... Larimer and Boulder counties
between 6000 and 9000 feet and south and East
Jackson/Larimer/north and northeast grand/northwest Boulder
counties above 9000 feet. In northeast Colorado... Boulder and
Jefferson counties below 6000 feet/west Broomfield County...
central and East Adams and Arapahoe counties... central and
south Weld County... Elbert/central and East Douglas counties
above 6000 feet... Morgan County... north Douglas County below
6000 feet/Denver/west Adams and Arapahoe counties/east
Broomfield County... northeast Weld County and Washington
* Through Wednesday afternoon
* widespread showers and a few thunderstorms may produce
additional rain amounts from one half inch to one inch
overnight. Another round of showers and a few thunderstorms is
expected on Wednesday which may lead to some additonal heavy
* Flash flooding of low lying areas... creeks and streams may occur
in a few locations again on Wednesday. Rock and mud slides will
be possible in the foothills. If you live in flood prone areas
or will be traveling... stay alert to the latest warnings and be
prepared for rapidly rising water levels.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
Be prepared to evacuate low lying areas and move to higher ground
should flooding develop or a warning be issued. Be aware of the
flooding danger today... stay out of flooded areas and do not
drive on flooded roads.