Below is a map rainfall totals as of this morning from the CoCoRaHS network. These are two day totals (yesterday and today) and will be updated as more data becomes available. The greatest rainfall total so far comes from 0.5 miles east of Eads, Colorado, where 6.21 inches of rain has been recorded since yesterday afternoon. Most locations within the Denver area are reporting anywhere from 0.5 to 2.5 inches of rain so far, including 1.50" at our weather station in central Denver.
Rainfall will continue off and on through the day today, heavy at times. The flash flood threat remains significant for those areas that do see heavier showers, as the ground is now very saturatated. You can find our discussion from yesterday here.
Related: U.S. Flooding Public Information Map (Esri)
We may challenge our all time coldest high temperature today, with forecast highs staying below 70 degrees for most locations in the greater Denver area. By this afternoon we could easily be running 20 to 25 degrees below normal for the date. A taste of fall!
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