Severe Flood Watches Issued As Cloudy Skies Loom And Rain Continues

Severe Flood Watches Issued As Cloudy Skies Loom And Rain Continues

As we heat up a bit, showers and thunderstorms should becoming more abundant into the afternoon. The overnight low is expected to be near 60.

CANON CITY: High - 83; Low - 61.

Friday is still looking like the best day with highs in the upper 80s and rain chances sticking to a 40% chance through the day. Additional rainfall could result in several inches of rain, which would lead to flash flooding.

WOODLAND PARK: High - 71; Low - 48.

The relentless rains in Colorado have caused flooding and mudslides, and south of Denver, a sinkhole swallowed a auto with the driver getting out just in time.

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Strong, severe thunderstorms expected Tuesday afternoon
The main impact from these storms will be very heavy, torrential downpours, potentially causing some localized flash flooding. That means a chance for a showers and thunderstorms straight through the weekend, with highs in the low to mid 80s.

TRI-LAKES: High - 70s; Low - 50s.

Surely, showers and thunderstorms will impact outdoor plans through the mid-week period, and may occasionally be disruptive, especially during commute times, but otherwise - barring severe weather - the rain is good news for area lawns and gardens!

Off and on showers and storms with locally heavy downpours are likely for Tuesday and Wednesday. Storms will push southeast into the early evening.

More rain is expected in the East and temperatures continue to soar out West. Wind could be the biggest threat from storms over the plains, and areas that have had flooding recently could also see brief flooding tonight. Readings are in the lower and middle 80s.

A round of thunderstorms is projected for Friday afternoon into the evening, possibly featuring heavy rain and strong winds. Flooding along the Spring burn scar looks possible.

This hour-by-hour composite model for the Cape Fear Region quite sensibly shows opportunities for clouds, showers, and storms for Tuesday afternoon.