Estes Park, CO

9:25 AM MDT on May 05, 2015 (GMT -0600)
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Elev 8232 ft 40.33 °N, 105.57 °W | Updated 8 minutes ago

Partly Cloudy
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45.6 °F
Feels Like 46 °F
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Wind Variable Wind from South
Gusts 3.0 mph

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5:56 AM 8:01 PM
Full, 98% visible
Pressure 29.79 in
Visibility miles
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Windchill 46 °F
Dew Point 41 °F
Humidity 84%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV out of 12
Pollen 3.10 out of 12
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Flu Activity Sporadic
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Pressure 29.79 in
Visibility miles
Clouds
Windchill 46 °F
Dew Point 41 °F
Humidity 84%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV out of 12
Pollen 3.10 out of 12
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Sporadic
Not available.

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Nowcast | as of 9:03 am MDT on May 5, 2015

Areas of dense fog will persist in the foothills this morning...mainly in northern Larimer County where visibilities will be as low as 200 yards. There will also be areas of drizzle and light rain showers. An area of steady rain will spread into Douglas...southern Jefferson...and Southern Park counties by noon. Rainfall will generally be light...though some areas could pick up a quarter inch of rainfall during the morning.

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Flash Flood Watch
Statement as of 4:21 AM MDT on May 05, 2015

... Flash Flood Watch in effect from noon MDT today through this
evening...

The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a

* Flash Flood Watch for portions of central Colorado... east
central Colorado... north central Colorado and northeast
Colorado... including the following areas... in central
Colorado... Jefferson and west Douglas counties above 6000
feet/Gilpin/Clear Creek/Northeast Park counties below 9000
feet. In east central Colorado... north and northeast Elbert
County below 6000 feet/North Lincoln County. In north central
Colorado... Larimer and Boulder counties between 6000 and 9000
feet. In northeast Colorado... Elbert/central and East Douglas
counties above 6000 feet.

* From noon MDT today through this evening

* rain showers will become more numerous and heavier late this
morning into the afternoon hours. The heavier showers and a few
embedded thunderstorms will be capable of producing up to 1.5
inches of rain in an hour... and heavier amounts will be possible
with persistent showers and storms. This would produce flash
flooding especially in areas that saw more significant rainfall
last night. This includes the foothills... Front Range burn
scars... and Palmer Divide area across much of Douglas and Elbert
counties.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

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.



Barjenbruch


Dense Fog Advisory
Statement as of 8:28 AM MDT on May 05, 2015

... Dense fog advisory in effect until noon MDT today...

The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a dense fog
advisory... which is in effect until noon MDT today.

* Visibility... widespread visibilities of a quarter mile or
less... as low as a hundred yards in some places... especially on
ridges.

* Impacts... low visibilities will require slower speeds for
drivers. Be sure you can see at least four seconds ahead of your
vehicle. Use low beam headlights for the best visibility.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A dense fog advisory means visibilities will frequently be
reduced to less than one quarter mile. If driving... slow down...
use your headlights... and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.



Gimmestad