...Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 9 PM MDT this evening...
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* portions of east central Colorado...south central Colorado and southeast Colorado...including the following areas...in east central Colorado...El Paso County and Teller County and the Rampart Range. In south central Colorado...Fremont County... northern Sangre de Cristo Mountains...southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains...Wet Mountain Valley and Wet Mountains. In southeast Colorado...Crowley County...eastern Las Animas County...Huerfano County...Otero County...Pueblo County and western Las Animas County.
* Until 9 PM MDT this evening
* a very moist atmosphere is expected to remain in place across southern Colorado into this evening. At the surface...low level easterly winds are expected to enhance the development of showers and thunderstorms...especially along and near the southeastern Colorado mountains into this evening. Showers and thunderstorms are projected to be efficient rainfall producers...with localized rainfall rates up to two inches per hour anticipated. In addition...areas that received heavy rainfall over the past several days will be susceptible to flash flooding.
* Flooding of urban areas...creeks...arroyos and normally dry washes will be possible into this evening Wednesday. Heavy rainfall on burn scars may result in dangerous mud and ash flows. High flows may occur on area streams and rivers due to increased runoff.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued.