A FLASH FLOOD WATCH remains in effect for all of southern Colorado throughout our evening and overnight on Tuesday. Storms will continue to be an issue, capable of producing heavy rain with very slow movement. Storms look to mainly favor north and east of areas like Colorado Springs and the Waldo Canyon area, but storms cannot be ruled out still in this area. The 11 Breaking Weather team will be monitoring conditions closely. This Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through 6pm Wednesday, where another day of thunderstorms is possible. Head to the KKTV 11 Weather Tab for more information on the forecast for Wednesday and beyond.
The March blizzard may come to the rescue of lawns along much of Colorado's populous Front Range.
The blizzard helped bring the statewide snowpack to almost one-and-a-half times as much water as was available last year.
The snowpack supplies 80 percent of surface water available for users.
Pueblo may be able to remove mandatory watering restrictions at its meeting tomorrow. Users would be still urged to conserve.
The city of Aurora's utility had expected to ban all lawn watering. But city council members could decide tonight to allow lawn watering once a week.
Denver Water's board will meet Wednesday night to consider its own restrictions on watering.