WASHINGTON COUNTY HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

 This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central Colorado.  .DAY ONE...Today and Tonight  Numerous showers and thunderstorms will develop over the mountains by early afternoon. Some of these storms will move east of the mountains by late afternoon, with the activity continuing in the early evening then diminishing. Only isolated storms are expected north of a line from Fort Collins to Limon.  Some of today's thunderstorms will produce one to two inches of rain in one to two hours. Even heavier rain is possible from a few storms that move over the same area. Heavy rain is most likely in areas west and south of Denver, but there is still an elevated threat of flooding over all of the recent burn areas.  .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday  Scattered late day showers and thunderstorms are expected in the mountains and foothills all week. As a result, there there will be a limited flash flood threat to burn areas. The plains, immediate to the foothills can expected isolated showers and thunderstorms through Wednesday, with almost nothing for the plains further east. Thunderstorm chances should increase over the plains from Thursday through Saturday. Temerptures look to be near seasonal normals through the week.  ...SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...  Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight, but reports of heavy rain or flooding will be welcome.  

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