Month: May 2015

Rain and flooding threats to diminish overnight

National Weather Service forecasts rain through the evening, turning to drizzle by morning. No serious flooding threats are predicted overnight. Boulder County may continue to experience low level (nuisance) flooding on roadways and areal flooding (water rising up from the saturated ground)

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Low level storm activity expected until 6 p.m.

Low impact storm activity is predicted to continue through 6 p.m. Boulder OEM will continue to monitor weather while any flooding risks exist, but the threat of any serious flooding has diminished throughout the day.

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New Road Closure

47th Street between Jay Road and the Diagonal Highway is now closed. North County Line Road between 83rd and 95th is still closed as well. Please continue to check www.BoulderConeZones.net for updated road closure information on City of Boulder roads and

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Road Closures

N. County Line Road is now closed due to water over-topping the Little Thompson. We are closely monitoring N. 83rd Street and also 95th Street between Lookout Rd and Valmont Rd. due to encroaching water levels. You can visit: http://maps.bouldercounty.org/roadclosures/ to

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Unincorporated Boulder County Road Closures and Areas of Concern

You can check this map for any road closures happening in unincorporated Boulder County. The map will be updated as changes occur. http://maps.bouldercounty.org/roadclosures/ For any City of Boulder road or path closures, please check http://www.boulderconezones.net And as always, please remember:

Public can monitor City of Longmont creek cameras

Although the City of Longmont has its own Office of Emergency Management, we thought we’d share the link to their creek cameras along the North and South St. Vrain Creeks and Lefthand Creek. @cityoflongmont #longmont

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City of Boulder Road and Underpass Conditions

City of Boulder residents, businesses and visitors should keep an eye on the city’s Cone Zones for updates on roads and underpasses affected by low level, nuisance flooding. www.boulderconezones.net

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Boulder OEM Monitoring Weather/Storm Activity

The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for parts of Boulder County through today, Tuesday, May 19. North county (Lyons area) and Heil Valley Ranch Open Space (U.S. 36/Foothills Highway) area (north of Boulder and west of Lyons)

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Boulder EOC Closing

NWS advises that storm action is south and east of the county. The storms will move into the area around 11 p.m. to midnight and be should light to moderate. Watches are still in effect and will hold through their

Tonight’s Flash Flood Watch good reminder to Be Flash Flood Ready

Take the time to prepare and be ready for any disaster. the FLASH FLOOD WATCH issued tonight by the National Weather Service for the 4Mile burn area (Four Mile, Salina, Wall Street, Gold Hill, Fourmile Canyon Creek) and elevations above

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