Flash Flood Watch issued for much of Front Range
DENVER — Slow-moving rainstorms continued to threaten flood-prone areas across the Front Range on Saturday.
The National Weather Service said a handful of heavy storms are expected to be isolated but potentially serious as they pass over areas such as the Black Forest and Waldo Canyon burn scars. A Flash Flood watch was issued for much of the Front Range, extending from 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon and continuing until midnight.
Meanwhile, the southwestern corner of the state is expecting snow.
A Winter Storm Watch was in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday morning for Ouray, Telluride, Silverton and Rico. Anywhere From 2 to 6 inches of snow is possible at 10,000 feet elevations and above, with wind gusts up to 25 mph.