WASHINGTON COUNTY HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

 This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central Colorado.  .DAY ONE...Today and Tonight  This afternoon and evening, expect widespread storms over the high country and scattered storms over the plains. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible and there is an elevated threat of burn area flash flooding for the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome burn scars.  .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday  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 portions of 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. There is more uncertainty in the forecast roughly along and northeast of a line from Estes Park to Boulder and Denver, as instability may be limited in those areas.  A gradual drying trend is expected late Tuesday through Wednesday. The weather looks mostly dry and warm Thursday and Friday, but storm chances could increase next weekend.  .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...  Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight.  

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