SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
Watches and Advisories:
Service Pueblo CO
604 AM MDT Sat Jun
FLASH FLOOD WATCH
REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM MDT THIS
AFTERNOON THROUGH THIS EVENING..
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* Portions of central Colorado and
southeast Colorado, including the following
areas, in central Colorado, Fremont County.
In southeast Colorado, Huerfano County, the
San Luis Valley, the Northern Sangre de
Cristo Mountains, Southern Sangre de Cristo
Mountains, the Wet Mountain Valley, Wet
Mountains, Saguache County East of
Continental Divide Below 10000 Feet, La
Garita Mountains Above 10000 Feet, Upper Rio
Grande Valley/Eastern San Juan Mountains .
* Moist unstable air will move over the
east slopes of the southern mountains this
afternoon and evening. Thunderstorms are
expected to develop, and will have the
potential to produce heavy rain.
People who live in or near the Hayden Pass,
Junkins and Spring burn scars should keep a
very close eye on the weather Saturday
afternoon and evening, and be prepared to
evacuate if heavy rain develops over the
burn scar areas.
continue to produce high flows in creeks,
streams and rivers across the southwest
mountains and portions of the San Luis
Snowmelt in the high
country is causing many creeks, streams and
rivers in the southwest mountains, and
portions of the San Luis Valley, to run high
and fast, with some areas reporting
flooding. With warm temperatures persisting,
the snowmelt will continue, and could cause
flooding the next several days.
addition, heavy rain will be possible over
the southern mountains this afternoon and
evening. This heavy rain will lead to the
potential of flash flooding if it falls over
the Spring, Junkins, and Hayden Pass burn
A Flash Flood Watch means that
conditions may develop that lead to flash
flooding. Flash flooding is a VERY DANGEROUS
You should monitor later
forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.
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