Locally heavy rain will remain possible overnight, with any showers and storms. Areas likely to see additional heavy rain will likely be east of I-25 and along HWY 50 from Canon City eastward. Remember, a 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.
A process called thermography scanning is a new technology here in the Springs. The technology can help doctors see a tumor growing. Although thermography doesn't replace a regular mamogram. One nurse says it can put your mind at ease. The scan corralates temperature with color. As a tumor grows, the body responds by pumping bllod to the area, and the blood produces heat the camera can see. If the colors aren't the same on both sides, it's a warning that cancer may be present. One Springs radiologist says the concept makes sense but that the technology isn't proven at this point. The scan costs $150. The clinic recommends two scans three months apart to get a bseline and then one each year. If you'd like more information on thermography scanning call 719-260-0095. Or visit www.thermographyofcolorado.com