Author: Carrie Haverfield

Road Closures

N. 75th Street, N. 95th Street and Highway 287 are all closed north of Highway 66.

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Please stay off roads if possible

We are hearing reports of a large amount of hail on N. Foothills Highway from Nelson Road toward Lyons.  Please stay off the roads if possible. Avoid crossing flooded areas. Only a few inches of water can sweep a car

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Road Closures

North 83rd from Yellowstone to North County Line Road – Closed North County Line Road at the Little Thompson – Closed

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Flash Flood Warning for Boulder County

A flash Flood Warning is en effect until 10:15PM for Boulder County. Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches is possible. Large hail is also being reported. Don’t cross flooded roadways. Seek higher ground if water is rising if

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Severe Weather Impacting Boulder County

Severe weather is impacting Boulder County. National Weather Service states a storm cell is stationary just east of Lyons in Larimer County. A funnel cloud has just been spotted north of Longmont near Wal-Mart. The storm damage appears to be

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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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Emergency Operations Center closing

The Emergency Operations Center is closing. The National Weather Service doesn’t anticipate any further significant rainfall as it will be turning to snowfall soon. Staff will continue to monitor the situation and will re-open the center if needed.

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Weather update

The National Weather Service is predicting that the rain will turn into snow within the next few hours. While this will help reduce the flood risk, it will cause the wet roads to become slick. Be aware, drive safe, stay dry

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This is why the underpasses are closed