Flood Potential Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO
552 PM MDT Thu May 18 2017

A very moist and slow moving storm system will continue to track
across Colorado tonight, weakening along the way. Light to moderate
rainfall on the northeast plains should gradually decrease tonight
through Friday morning. Farther west precipitation has mostly
changed over to snow or a mix of rain and snow helping to slow the
runoff.

Streams along the Front Range Urban Corridor continue running high
but remain below bankfull and most have already crested or were
cresting early this evening. The only river forecast to have minor
flooding through Friday is the South Platte River near Kersey in
Weld County.

Persons with interests along streams are urged to use caution. Stay
clear of river banks that could become unstable due to high flows.

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