Locally heavy rain will again be possible today. A round this morning and a few more storms later this afternoon will keep the flash flood threat elevated for areas that have seen good recent rain. This is aside from any potential flooding on the area burn scars. We'll track it for you this morning... Head over to the "Weather" tab for a full look at the week's forecast.
Colorado's water supply is in the best shape in two years but nobody is saying the drought is over. The statewide snowpack was 94% of average, 356% of last year.
Klaus Wolter is a climatolgist at the Boulder-based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Diagnostics Center. He says if Denver area users can reduce water consumption by 30% and the wet spring continues, its reservoirs could reach 100%.
In Aurora, whose reservoirs have dropped to 27%, officials hope a combination of factors will allow them to fill to at least 50% this summer