More rain in an area that burned in the High Park wildfire in Larimer County has led to at least two mudslides.
Authorities are warning people who live in and around the area burned by the Waldo Canyon wildfire to watch out for possible flooding and mudslides triggered by afternoon thunderstorms.
Heavy rain has been falling in an area burned by the Waldo Canyon fire near Colorado Springs, leading to mudslides that have closed part of U.S. 24 near Manitou Springs.
Crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation used snow plows to clear standing water from Interstate 25 Saturday night.
People living in the High Park Fire burn area are bracing for more rain and flash flooding as the current weather pattern is expected to continue through the weekend.
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