Category: Weather

Boulder OEM monitoring storm activity along the Northern Front Range

As of 4 p.m. MDT – Creek levels and flows are up all around Boulder County due to recent rains. The Boulder OEM will continue monitoring conditions for any flooding risks or threats. Forecasts can change on a moment’s notice. Stayed

Saturday, June 6 – OEM continues to monitor weather for severe activity

The Boulder OEM is actively monitoring weather and will be posting updates to this site if conditions bring threats or risks of flooding or other perils. Please refresh your browser for status updates. National Weather Service reports are constantly changing, so times

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Weather patterns mostly favoring Boulder County tonight

OEM staff will continue to monitor weather activity throughout the evening. The main weather patterns of concern tonight are those coming up from the south of Boulder County. Due to increased runoff in South Boulder Creek around Marshall and Eldorado Springs, the

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Contact for reporting non-emergency flood damage to property in unincorporated Boulder County

If your home or property in unincorporated Boulder County is impacted by flooding as a result of recent storms, please contact the Boulder County Flood Rebuilding & Permit Information Center at 303-441-1705 or email to report or ask questions about damage

Safety precautions issued around creeks and other drainages this weekend

The Boulder OEM will continue monitoring conditions for any flooding risks or threats, but residents should remain aware of current local conditions and respond accordingly. Please keep in mind that we can’t issue a blanket recommendation for your safety, since

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Friday, June 5 – Emergency Operations Center is monitoring severe weather activity

The Boulder OEM is actively monitoring weather and will be posting updates to this site. Please refresh your browser throughout the day for status updates. National Weather Service reports are constantly changing, so times and locations of weather threats are subject

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Emergency Operations Center is closing

The storm cell has diminished significantly. The Emergency Operations Center will be shutting down, but will be monitoring the situation remotely. A number of roads are still closed due to high water. Do not attempt to cross a flooded road.

Updated Road Closures

The following roads are currently closed. You can also view these on the incident MAP. N. 59th from St. Vrain to Hygiene Rd. Hwy. 36 from Nelson Rd. to Hwy. 66th Nelson Rd. from Hwy. 36 to 75th St. Vrain

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Incident map

To view a map of the flash flood emergency area boundaries and current road closures, view this incident MAP.

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Flash Flood Emergency

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Emergency for areas in northeast Boulder County. The area boundaries are Hwy. 66 on the south, 55th St. on the west, Larimer county line on the north and then east to

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