The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for northeastern Boulder County. Severe thunderstorm activity and the potential for quarter sized hail will be in effect now through 3:30pm today.
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The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for northeastern Boulder County until 7:00 p.m. Some locations that will experience flash flooding include: Longmont, Erie, Firestone, Frederick, Dacono, Mead and Niwot. Impacts: flash flooding of small creeks and streams, gulches, roads and poor drainage and low-lying areas. #cowx
The outdoor emergency sirens will be tested today as part of the annual flood season preparedness in communities around Boulder County. You may hear the audible test at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The outdoor emergency sirens warn community members about weather related emergencies, and depending on programming, hazardous materials... read more →
The United States Forest Service anticipates that a prescribed burn may begin today on their Forsythe II property. Expect to see smoke and flames during operations, particularly in: Lakeshore subdivision, Crescent Village, Crescent Meadows, Gross Reservoir, Walker Park Ranch, Miramonte, Wondervu, Eldorado Canyon State Park and parts of east Boulder... read more →
The outdoor emergency sirens will be tested as part of annual flood season preparedness in communities around Boulder County. The first audible test of the season will occur on April 3, 2023, in the communities of Boulder, Eldorado Springs, Erie, Jamestown, Lyons, and Marshall. The test will occur twice on... read more →
The National Weather Service has issued a Blowing Dust Advisory for Boulder County until 6 p.m. Strong winds are causing significant dust to blow across our lower elevations (below 6,000 ft). Visibility may only be between 1/4 to 1 mile. Hazardous driving conditions are occurring. If you encounter blowing dust... read more →
We are very happy to report that the fire is 100% contained and the evacuation warning and road closures have all been lifted. There was no new fire growth today. A huge thank you to everyone who worked hard today, in cold and windy conditions, to make this happen. #SunshineWildlandFire
The Sunshine Wildland Fire has reached 100% containment, and evacuation warnings and orders have all been lifted.
Containment of the fire remains at approximately 65%. There are 70 personnel working on the fire today. #SunshineWildlandFire
The Sunshine Wildland Fire is currently 65% contained, and areas under evacuation orders will be shifted to evacuation warnings. Re-entry to the areas previously under evacuation order will begin at 6pm, however if you do not need to come back please stay out of the area. A red flag warning... read more →