Snow and rain will continue to taper from north. Main roads should stay just wet overnight and through early Thursday. Secondary roads and any bridges and overpasses away from city warmth will be icy, so be careful. Locally dense fog will be an issue for the early morning too. Head to the "Weather" Tab for more information on the forecast.
No homes or businesses were damaged and no one was injured after
a thunderstorm dropped up to an inch of rain in some areas. Some
residents were trapped in mud as high as four feet deep.
Residents are being allowed back in with a warning that more
rain could fall tonight.
Sheriff spokesman Ron VanMeter says a mile-long diversion
channel and other measures taken after the Coal Seam Fire seemed to
have helped avoid disaster.
The channel routes runoff from Mitchell Creek into the Colorado
Storms also triggered mudslides south of Bailey and floods in
the Durango area.