A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through 9pm Wednesday. Heavy rain is possible throughout the day, and this combined with already saturated soils could lead to further flash flood problems both near and away from all area burn scars. Stay with 11 News throughout the day for weather updates.
Airport officials at the Denver and Colorado Springs airports are cancelling flights ahead of a snowstorm expected to dump nearly a foot of snow in some areas.
Meteorologists say as much as 6 to 10 inches of snow could fall in Denver, accompanied by gusts of 25 mph west of I-25 and up to 40 mph east of the interstate. A blizzard watch has been issued for much of the eastern plains. The Denver International Airport website shows numerous flights cancelled or delayed Sunday.
In Colorado Springs, where the snowfall amounts are expected to be much more varied, the airport website shows most departures and arrivals on time Sunday morning, though there are a handful of cancellations. This could change, however, as the snow moves in--northern Colorado Springs and Monument are expected to get anywhere from 6 inches to a foot of snow. Strong winds are expected throughout the region.
To check current flight status in Denver, go to: www.flydenver.com/flights
To check current flight status in Colorado Springs, go to: www.springsgov.com/FlightSchedule.aspx