National Weather Service issues flash flood watch in burn scar areas

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for June 5, including burn scar areas in Grand County.
National Weather Service/Courtesy Photo

Today, the National Weather Service of Denver/Boulder has issued a flash flood watch for a portion of the Front Range mountains and foothills, with main threat of flooding for the Cameron Peak, East Troublesome, and Calwood burn areas. The greatest threat is between 1-10 p.m.

“If you live in/near a recent burn area, have an action plan and be ready to move to higher ground should heavy rain/flooding occur,” the National Weather Service stated.

The National Weather Service explains the impacts and hazards of rainfall in burn scar areas.
National Weather Service/Courtesy Photo
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