Denver, Colorado 2021-07-31 16:46:59 –
A flash flood warning was issued in the southeastern part of Cameron Peak’s burn scar, announced by the National Weather Service of Boulder on Saturday.
The warning is valid until 3:45 pm and is directed to the area from Pennock Pass to Glen Haven and Drake. Tweeted the agency.
The area is raining again. Storms are expected to hit different parts of the state.
Flash flood warnings are valid in most of the southeastern part of the Cameron Peak Burn area, from Pennock Pass to Glen Haven and Drake. Moderate rainfall continues in the area, and flash floods can occur during this period. #cowx https://t.co/aUUk2K6Ak7 pic.twitter.com/ptfIpAmV4p
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) July 31, 2021
On Friday, there was a flood between County Road 44H, County Road 27 and Pennock Pass. According to a news release from the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, there were no casualties or major damage to houses in the area.
County Highway 44H has been damaged and debris and remains closed for use by residents to evacuate, the agency said.
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