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Flash Flood Watch

BOULDER, CO - SEPTEMBER 13, 2013:  A flash flooding sign stands near where local residents look at the raging waters of Boulder Creek September 13, 2013 in Boulder, Colorado. Heavy rains for the better part of week has fueled widespread flooding  and evacuations in numerous Colorado towns, with the area reportedly already having received 15 inches of rain.  Photo by Marc Piscotty/Getty Images)

Historically, Colorado Now In Peak Window For Flash Flooding

The last week of July and first week of August have produced several destructive and killer flash flood events.

07/29/2014

Boulder Creek swells in size after three days of heavy rainfall in September 2013. Flash flood sirens warned people to stay away from Boulder Creek and seek higher ground.  (Photo by Dana Romanoff/Getty Images)

Flash Flood Season Is Near, Why Colorado Is So Prone

A flash flood develops rapidly, sometimes in as little as a few minutes.

04/16/2014

CBS4's Lauren Whitney shows where the Flash Flood Watch is in place. (credit: CBS)

Flash Flood Watch In Place In Waldo Canyon Burn Area

A flash flood watch is in place through early Thursday evening in the burn area from the Waldo Canyon Fire, where residents have been sandbagging for days.

05/09/2013

Stormwater crews in Fort Collins clear debris from storm drains to prevent flooding. (credit: CBS)

Crews Clear Debris From Storm Drains To Prevent Flooding

Crews in Fort Collins were working for hours Wednesday to make sure all the rain had a place to go.

05/18/2011

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