Author: Mike Chard

Outdoor Warning Siren Test at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Today

The Boulder Office of Emergency Management in collaboration with the City of Boulder Police & Fire Dispatch Center and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Communications Center are testing the outdoor warning siren system today at 10 a.m. and again at 7

Weather Update 1:34 a.m.

The severe weather threat for Boulder County has passed and only very light rain showers are in the forecast for the rest of the night. Boulder OEM is no longer monitoring weather.

Weather Update 11:37 p.m.

Light Storm development has increased over Eastern Boulder County delivering 4/10 ths of rain per hour. No risk at this time and the storm action appears to be moving to the south and building to the East. The storm could

Weather Update 06/11/2015 10:28 p.m.

The storm activity currently is isolated to the northern foothills around Lyons and producing .04/10 of an inch which is very light. Storm development to the west and south of Boulder County is light to non-existent at this time. Light

Weather Update 9:43 p.m.

Currently the heaviest rainfall is occurring on the plains over west Longmont, Hygiene and in the foothills around Lefthand Canyon at a rate of around 1/2 inch per hour. All creeks and rivers are holding with in acceptable flows. No

Severe Weather Update- June 11, 2015

Weather systems are starting to become active across Colorado and have the ability to cause flash flooding over the next 12-18 hours and cause river flooding to the east over the next 3-4 days. As a result there is a flash flood watch

Monthly Outdoor Warning Siren Test Canceled Today

Due to the weather system currently in the area and with a possibility of storms intensifying later this afternoon, siren testing has been canceled for May. Weather permitting the siren testing program will resume next month. All sirens in the

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