WASHINGTON COUNTY HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

 This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central Colorado.  .DAY ONE...Today and Tonight  Scattered to widespread showers in the high country this afternoon and evening will bring a limited threat of burn area flash flooding, greatest for the Cameron Peak burn scar. A few storms may make it off the terrain and over the adjacent plains by late afternoon or early evening, bringing mostly just gusty winds.  .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Sunday through Friday  Showers and storms will be more numerous in the mountains Sunday afternoon and evening as a plume of monsoonal moisture shifts into the region, while scattered showers and storms can be expected on the plains late in the day. The risk of burn area flash flooding will increase somewhat Sunday, as stronger storms in the mountains would be capable of producing an inch of rain in 30 minutes.  There will be a higher risk of storms with locally heavy rainfall and flash flooding Monday afternoon and evening. While burn areas would be most at risk, the threat of flash flooding may also spread into the I-25 Urban Corridor and Palmer Divide. Stronger storms in Monday's environment would be capable of producing 2 inches of rain in 45 minutes or less.  A gradual drying trend is expected Tuesday and Wednesday, with somewhat drier and warmer weather forecast through at least next Thursday.  .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...  Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight.  

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