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wgus64 kama 300149
ffaama
772
flood watch
national weather service amarillo tx
849 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014
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cimarron-texas-beaver-dallam-sherman-hansford-ochiltree-lipscomb-
hartley-moore-hutchinson-roberts-hemphill-
including the cities of...boise city...keyes...guymon...beaver...
forgan...dalhart...stratford...spearman...gruver...perryton...
booker...higgins...follett...hartley...channing...dumas...
borger...miami...canadian
849 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect through wednesday
evening...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of oklahoma and texas...including the following
areas...in oklahoma...beaver...cimarron and texas. in texas...
dallam...hansford...hartley...hemphill...hutchinson...
lipscomb...moore...ochiltree...roberts and sherman.
* through wednesday evening
* scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms...some with
heavy rainfall...are expected. an additional one to three
inches of rain is expected across the watch area through
wednesday afternoon.
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.
&&
$$
wgus65 kbou 300423
ffabou
197
flood watch
national weather service denver co
1023 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flooding still possible for the front range and eastern
plains through wednesday afternoon...
.a very moist airmass with light winds aloft will linger over the
area through wednesday afternoon. although the threat of flash
flooding has decreased tonight more showers and thunderstorms are
expected again on wednesday as another trough passes over the
state. thus there will still be a threat of heavy rain and
some flooding...though the risk will be lower than what occurred
tuesday afternoon and evening.
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south and east jackson/larimer/north and northeast grand/
northwest boulder counties above 9000 feet-
south and southeast grand/west central and southwest boulder/
gilpin/clear creek/summit/north and west park counties above
9000 feet-larimer and boulder counties between 6000 and 9000 feet-
jefferson and west douglas counties above 6000 feet/gilpin/clear
creek/northeast park counties below 9000 feet-
central and southeast park county-
larimer county below 6000 feet/northwest weld county-
boulder and jefferson counties below 6000 feet/west broomfield
county-
north douglas county below 6000 feet/denver/west adams and
arapahoe counties/east broomfield county-
elbert/central and east douglas counties above 6000 feet-
northeast weld county-central and south weld county-morgan county-
central and east adams and arapahoe counties-
north and northeast elbert county below 6000 feet/north lincoln
county-
southeast elbert county below 6000 feet/south lincoln county-
washington county-
including the cities of...cameron pass...
laramie and medicine bow mountains...rabbit ears range...
rocky mountain national park...willow creek pass...
berthoud pass...breckenridge...east slopes mosquito range...
east slopes southern gore range...eisenhower tunnel...
indian peaks...kenosha mountains...mount evans...
williams fork mountains...winter park...estes park...glendevey...
nederland...red feather lakes...bailey...central city...
evergreen...georgetown...idaho springs...westcreek...fairplay...
hartsel...lake george...south park...fort collins...hereford...
loveland...nunn...arvada...boulder...golden...lakewood...
longmont...aurora...brighton...city of denver...
denver international airport...highlands ranch...littleton...
parker...castle rock...elbert...fondis...kiowa...larkspur...
briggsdale...grover...pawnee buttes...raymer...stoneham...eaton...
fort lupton...greeley...roggen...brush...fort morgan...goodrich...
wiggins...bennett...byers...deer trail...leader...agate...hugo...
limon...matheson...forder...karval...kutch...punkin center...
akron...cope...last chance...otis
1023 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect through wednesday
afternoon...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of central colorado...east central colorado...north
central colorado and northeast colorado...including the
following areas...in central colorado...central and southeast
park county...jefferson and west douglas counties above 6000
feet/gilpin/clear creek/northeast park counties below 9000
feet and south and southeast grand/west central and southwest
boulder/gilpin/clear creek/summit/north and west park counties
above 9000 feet. in east central colorado...north and
northeast elbert county below 6000 feet/north lincoln county
and southeast elbert county below 6000 feet/south lincoln
county. in north central colorado...larimer county below 6000
feet/northwest weld county...larimer and boulder counties
between 6000 and 9000 feet and south and east
jackson/larimer/north and northeast grand/northwest boulder
counties above 9000 feet. in northeast colorado...boulder and
jefferson counties below 6000 feet/west broomfield county...
central and east adams and arapahoe counties...central and
south weld county...elbert/central and east douglas counties
above 6000 feet...morgan county...north douglas county below
6000 feet/denver/west adams and arapahoe counties/east
broomfield county...northeast weld county and washington
county.
* through wednesday afternoon
* widespread showers and a few thunderstorms may produce
additional rain amounts from one half inch to one inch
overnight. another round of showers and a few thunderstorms is
expected on wednesday which may lead to some additonal heavy
rainfall.
* flash flooding of low lying areas...creeks and streams may occur
in a few locations again on wednesday. rock and mud slides will
be possible in the foothills. if you live in flood prone areas
or will be traveling...stay alert to the latest warnings and be
prepared for rapidly rising water levels.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
be prepared to evacuate low lying areas and move to higher ground
should flooding develop or a warning be issued. be aware of the
flooding danger today...stay out of flooded areas and do not
drive on flooded roads.
&&
$$
wgus63 kddc 300452
ffaddc
719
flood watch
national weather service dodge city ks
1152 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood threat late tonight through wednesday...
.monsoon tropical moisture continued to advance into western and
southern kansas late tonight along with an approaching upper level
disturbance. thunderstorm development was underway along a mid
level frontal zone with storms continuing to redevelop over the
same general areas through midday wednesday. torrential rainfall is
expected leading to a flash flooding risk.
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gray-ford-edwards-kiowa-pratt-morton-stevens-seward-meade-clark-
comanche-barber-
including the cities of...scott city...dighton...syracuse...
lakin...deerfield...garden city...kalvesta...jetmore...hanston...
johnson city...ulysses...sublette...satanta...cimarron...
montezuma...dodge city...bucklin...kinsley...lewis...greensburg...
haviland...pratt...elkhart...richfield...hugoton...moscow...
liberal...kismet...meade...fowler...ashland...minneola...
coldwater...protection...medicine lodge...kiowa...sun city
1152 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014 /1052 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014/
...flash flood watch remains in effect through wednesday
afternoon...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of south central kansas...southwest kansas and west
central kansas...including the following areas...in south
central kansas...barber...comanche...edwards...kiowa and
pratt. in southwest kansas...clark...finney...ford...grant...
gray...hamilton...haskell...hodgeman...kearny...meade...
morton...seward...stanton and stevens. in west central
kansas...lane and scott.
* through wednesday afternoon
* excessive rainfall with storm totals of 2 to 5 inches.
* high precipitation rates in the tropical environment will lead
to an enhanced risk of rapid water rise of streams...
culverts... as well as urban low spots susceptible to flooding
leading to stalled vehicles. remember... it only takes six
inches of fast- moving water knock a person down.
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.
&&
$$
wgus65 kgjt 300510
ffagjt
368
flood watch
national weather service grand junction co
1110 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014
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lower yampa river basin-central yampa river basin-
roan and tavaputs plateaus-elkhead and park mountains-
upper yampa river basin-grand valley-debeque to silt corridor-
central colorado river basin-grand and battlement mesas-
gore and elk mountains/central mountain valleys-
central gunnison and uncompahgre river basin-
west elk and sawatch mountains-flattops-
upper gunnison river valley-uncompahgre plateau and dallas divide-
northwest san juan mountains-southwest san juan mountains-
paradox valley/lower dolores river-animas river basin-
san juan river basin-eastern uinta mountains-eastern uinta basin-
tavaputs plateau-arches/grand flat-la sal and abajo mountains-
including the cities of...rangely...dinosaur...craig...hayden...
meeker...rio blanco...columbine...toponas...
steamboat springs and vicinity...grand junction...fruita...
palisade...rifle...silt...parachute...mesa...glenwood springs...
eagle...carbondale...skyway...aspen...vail...snowmass...
cedaredge...delta...hotchkiss...montrose...crested butte...
taylor park...marble...buford...trappers lake...gunnison...
cimarron...ridgway...glade park...ouray...telluride...lake city...
silverton...rico...hesperus...gateway...nucla...durango...
bayfield...ignacio...pagosa springs and vicinity...manila...
dutch john...vernal...jensen...ballard...fort duchesne...
randlett...moab...castle valley...thompson springs...
monticello and vicinity
1110 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch is cancelled...
the flash flood watch for portions of colorado and utah has been
cancelled.
$$
wgus65 kgjt 290556
ffagjt
008
flood watch
national weather service grand junction co
1156 pm mdt mon jul 28 2014
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grand valley-grand and battlement mesas-
central gunnison and uncompahgre river basin-
west elk and sawatch mountains-upper gunnison river valley-
uncompahgre plateau and dallas divide-
northwest san juan mountains-southwest san juan mountains-
paradox valley/lower dolores river-animas river basin-
san juan river basin-arches/grand flat-la sal and abajo mountains-
including the cities of...grand junction...fruita...palisade...
skyway...cedaredge...delta...hotchkiss...montrose...
crested butte...taylor park...marble...gunnison...cimarron...
ridgway...glade park...ouray...telluride...lake city...
silverton...rico...hesperus...gateway...nucla...durango...
bayfield...ignacio...pagosa springs and vicinity...moab...
castle valley...thompson springs...monticello and vicinity
1156 pm mdt mon jul 28 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect from tuesday afternoon
through tuesday evening...
...flash flood watch will expire at midnight mdt tonight...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of colorado and utah...including the following
areas...in colorado...animas river basin...central gunnison
and uncompahgre river basin...grand valley...grand and
battlement mesas...northwest san juan mountains...paradox
valley/lower dolores river...san juan river basin...southwest
san juan mountains...uncompahgre plateau and dallas divide...
upper gunnison river valley and west elk and sawatch
mountains. in utah...arches/grand flat and la sal and abajo
mountains.
* from tuesday afternoon through tuesday evening
* flash flooding is possible tuesday afternoon and evening due
to heavy rainfall from monsoonal moisture and another
disturbance that will move north over the area. storms will
also be slow moving further increasing flash flooding risks.
* debris and mud flows will be possible especially near old burn
scars.
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.
&&
the flash flood watch for portions of colorado and utah will
expire at midnight mdt tonight.
$$
wgus63 kgld 300259
ffagld
795
flood watch
national weather service goodland ks
859 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014
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yuma-kit carson-cheyenne co-wallace-greeley-wichita-
including the cities of...yuma...wray...burlington...
cheyenne wells...sharon springs...tribune...leoti
859 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014 /959 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014/
...flash flood watch remains in effect through wednesday
afternoon...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of east central colorado and northwest
kansas...including the following areas...in east central
colorado...cheyenne co...kit carson and yuma. in northwest
kansas...greeley...wallace and wichita.
* from the rest of tonight through wednesday afternoon
* thunderstorm movement under 10 mph will result in excessive
rainfall rates of 2-4 inches per hour at times. this has the
potential to produce localized flash flooding due to excessive
runoff.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that heavy rainfall or high rainfall
rates may result in flash flooding. flash flooding is a very
dangerous situation. monitor later forecasts and be prepared to
move quickly to higher ground should flash flooding occur. if you
come across a flooded roadway...remember...turn around dont
drown.
&&
$$
wgus65 klkn 292113 cca
ffalkn
004
flood watch...corrected
national weather service elko nv
212 pm pdt tue jul 29 2014
...the monsoon continues produce thunderstorms across northern
and central nevada. locally heavy rainfall can be expected to
accompany any of these storms and could result in areas of flash
flooding...
.scattered to numerous thunderstorms are expected to develop
across much of northern and central nevada into tonight.
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humboldt county-northern elko county-southeastern elko county-
ruby mountains/east humboldt range-white pine county-
northern lander county and northern eureka county-
southern lander county and southern eureka county-
southwestern elko county-south central elko county-
northwestern nye county-northeastern nye county-
including the cities of...winnemucca...mcdermitt...jackpot...
wildhorse...owyhee...silver zone pass...west wendover...
secret pass...lamoille canyon...harrison pass....ely...ruth...
mcgill...battle mountain...austin...eureka...diamond valley...
elko...spring creek...carlin...wells...ruby valley...
pequop summit...tonopah...round mountain...duckwater...
currant summit
212 pm pdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect until 11 pm pdt this
evening...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of east central nevada...north central nevada...
northeast nevada...northwest nevada and south central nevada...
including the following areas...in east central nevada... white
pine county. in north central nevada...northern lander county
and northern eureka county and southern lander county and
southern eureka county. in northeast nevada...northern elko
county...ruby mountains/east humboldt range...south central elko
county...southeastern elko county and southwestern elko county.
in northwest nevada...humboldt county. in south central
nevada...northeastern nye county and northwestern nye county.
* until 11 pm pdt this evening.
* scattered to numerous slow moving thunderstorms may produce
locally heavy rainfall.
* 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. areas
most prone to flash flooding include small creeks and streams
in and near the higher terrain as well as normally dry washes.
rock slides and debris or water flows over roadways are
possible. be alert for ponding on roadways and other low lying
areas. areas near recent burn scars will also be more
susceptible to increased runoff and flash flooding or debris
flows.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
&&
$$
wgus64 koun 292036
ffaoun
451
flood watch
national weather service norman ok
336 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch this evening through early wednesday
evening...
.widespread rain and a few thunderstorms are expected to move
into northwest oklahoma late this evening and move east and
southeast overnight. heavy rainfall may result in flash flooding.
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canadian-oklahoma-grady-mcclain-cleveland-garvin-
including the cities of...buffalo...alva...cherokee...medford...
arnett...woodward...fairview...enid...cheyenne...taloga...
weatherford...clinton...watonga...kingfisher...guthrie...
cordell...anadarko...yukon...el reno...mustang...oklahoma city...
chickasha...purcell...norman...moore...pauls valley
336 pm cdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect from 10 pm cdt this
evening through wednesday evening...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of central oklahoma...northern oklahoma...northwest
oklahoma...southern oklahoma...southwest oklahoma and western
oklahoma...including the following areas...in central
oklahoma...canadian...cleveland...grady...kingfisher...logan...
mcclain and oklahoma. in northern oklahoma...garfield and
grant. in northwest oklahoma...alfalfa...blaine...dewey...
ellis...harper...major...woods and woodward. in southern
oklahoma...garvin. in southwest oklahoma...caddo. in western
oklahoma...custer...roger mills and washita.
* from 10 pm cdt this evening through wednesday evening
* rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts
* several inches of rain may cause areal flooding...elevated
creeks and rivers.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
monitor forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. if
you live in areas prone to flooding...be prepared to take action.
&&
$$
wgus65 kpub 300235
ffapub
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northern sangre de cristo mountains between 8500 and 11000 ft-
northern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 feet-
southern sangre de cristo mountains between 7500 and 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
northwestern fremont county above 8500 ft-
western/central fremont county below 8500 ft-
wet mountain valley below 8500 feet-
wet mountains between 6300 and 10000 ft-
wet mountains above 10000 ft-
teller county/rampart range above 7500 ft/pikes peak between
7500 and 11000 ft-pikes peak above 11000 ft-
canon city vicinity/eastern fremont county-
northern el paso county/monument ridge/rampart range below
7500 ft-
colorado springs vicinity/southern el paso county/rampart range
below 7400 ft-pueblo and vicinity/pueblo county below 6300 ft-
walsenburg vicinity/upper huerfano river basin below 7500 ft-
trinidad vicinity/western las animas county below 7500 ft-
crowley county-la junta vicinity/otero county-
eastern las animas county-western kiowa county-
eastern kiowa county-las animas vicinity/bent county-
lamar vicinity/prowers county-springfield vicinity/baca county-
including the cities of...la veta pass...poncha pass...
blanca peak...cuchara...stonewall...weston...spanish peaks...
coaldale...cotopaxi...hillside...howard...swissvale...
texas creek...silver cliff...westcliffe...rye...greenhorn mtn...
woodland park...pikes peak...canon city...penrose...
black forest...air force academy...colorado springs...pueblo...
walsenburg...trinidad...ordway...olney springs...la junta...
rocky ford...branson...kim...eads...sheridan lake...las animas...
lamar...springfield...walsh
835 pm mdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect through wednesday
afternoon...
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...baca county...bent county...crowley
county...eastern kiowa county...eastern las animas county...
huerfano county...otero county...prowers county...pueblo
county...western kiowa county and western las animas county.
* through wednesday afternoon
* monsoon moisture will remain over southeast colorado. at the
surface...easterly upslope flow will enhance thunderstorm
development over the mountains and plains. a large complex of
thunderstorms is expected over southeast colorado overnight.
thunderstorms will be slow moving with rainfall rates of up to
two inches per hour.
* flooding of urban areas...creeks...arroyos and normally dry
washes will be possible this afternoon through 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.
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.
$$
wgus65 kpub 290531
ffapub
998
flood watch
national weather service pueblo co
1131 pm mdt mon jul 28 2014
...flash flood watch cancelled for south central colorado
tonight...
...flash flooding is also possible tuesday afternoon through
tuesday evening...for all of the mountains...and southeast
plains...
.monsoon moisture will remain in place across the region tuesday.
this moisture will combine with moist low level easterly upslope
flow to produce numerous showers and thunderstorms across south
central and southeast colorado tuesday afternoon and evening.
storms will be slow moving and capable of producing very heavy
rainfall. burn scars and urban areas will be highly susceptible to
flash flooding.
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northern sangre de cristo mountains between 8500 and 11000 ft-
northern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 feet-
southern sangre de cristo mountains between 7500 and 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
wet mountain valley below 8500 feet-
wet mountains between 6300 and 10000 ft-
wet mountains above 10000 ft-
walsenburg vicinity/upper huerfano river basin below 7500 ft-
trinidad vicinity/western las animas county below 7500 ft-
eastern las animas county-
including the cities of...la veta pass...poncha pass...
blanca peak...cuchara...stonewall...weston...spanish peaks...
silver cliff...westcliffe...rye...greenhorn mtn...walsenburg...
trinidad...branson...kim
1131 pm mdt mon jul 28 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect from tuesday afternoon
through tuesday evening...
...flash flood watch for tonight is cancelled...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of south central colorado and southeast colorado...
including the following areas...in south central colorado...
northern sangre de cristo mountains...southern sangre de
cristo mountains...wet mountain valley and wet mountains. in
southeast colorado...eastern las animas county...huerfano
county and western las animas county.
* from tuesday afternoon through tuesday evening
* monsoon moisture will remain over southeast colorado tuesday. at
the surface...easterly upslope flow will enhance thunderstorm
development over the mountains. additional thunderstorms will
develop over the plains through the late afternoon and evening
hours. thunderstorms will be slow moving with rainfall rates of
up to two inches per hour.
* flooding of urban areas...creeks...arroyos and normally dry
washes will be possible tuesday afternoon and evening. heavy
rainfall on burn scars may result in dangerous mud and ash
flows.
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.
&&
the flash flood watch in effect for portions of south central
colorado and southeast colorado tonight has been cancelled.
$$
wgus65 krev 291928
ffarev
nvz004-301200-
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/00000.0.er.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
western nevada basin and range including pyramid lake-
including the cities of...fallon...lovelock
1228 pm pdt tue jul 29 2014
...flash flood watch in effect from wednesday afternoon through
wednesday evening...
the national weather service in reno has issued a
* flash flood watch for a portion of west central nevada...
including the following area...western nevada basin and range
generally east of highway 95.
* from wednesday afternoon through wednesday evening
* abundant moisture along with light winds aloft and an upper
level disturbance will combine to produce slow moving
thunderstorms with heavy rain. the areas at greatest risk for
flash flooding include small streams and creeks and recent burn
scars such as the bernice fire.
* heavy rain may also lead to rock and mud slides near steep
terrain and could impact travel on area roads and highways.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that flooding of small streams...creeks
and other drainage areas is possible within the watch area.
people in the watch area should monitor weather.gov/reno for
updates and be prepared for immediate action should heavy rains
and flooding occur or a flash flood warning be issued.
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