Tag: Flash Flood Watch

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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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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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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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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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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Flash Flood Watch – Four Mile Burn

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Boulder County between 6000 and 9000 feet of elevation. The Watch will remain in effect through Tuesday afternoon. The Four Mile Burn area is included in the Flash Flood

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Flash Flood Watch

The National Weather Service has issues a Flash Flood Watch for Boulder County. This includes the City of Boulder and Boulder County. Forecast rainfall: Heavy rainfall of 0.40″ to 1.20″ in 10-30 minutes will be possible with individual thunderstorm cells

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Flash Flood Watch: City and County

National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for the City of Boulder and Boulder County. The watch is valid until 9pm tonight. A Flash Flood Watch means flash flooding is possible within the watch area. Forecast rainfall: Heavy

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