According to the National Weather Service: scattered convective storms are anticipated throughout the burn area all afternoon. 1/4-1/2 inch of moisture is expected. A few of these storms may end up more intense in localized areas which could lead to flooding. Tonight the rain should turn mostly to snow with 1/2 inch of moisture expected overnight. Use caution if traveling or recreating in low lying areas or the Cameron Peak burn area. To sign up for flood information that could impact the Cameron Peak Burn Area, text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777.
Larimer County Weather Update 05-02-202111:16:56
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This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Dangerous flooding is occurring on County Road 27 south of County Road 44H south down to Bobcat Ridge. Immediately reach higher ground by any means necessary. Avoid areas subject… read more
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