Rain & snow showers are expected to continue, mainly along the I-25 corridor, throughout the evening and overnight hours. Accumulations are expected, though minor areas such as Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Moisture looks to move out of the area by the morning commute, though roads may be slick/wet. Head to the "Weather" Tab for more information on the forecast.
The landscape in many areas has significantly changed post-fire, putting those living near burn areas at risk of flooding.
Homeowners in areas at risk of flooding post-Waldo Canyon Fire will receive free sandbags from the city next month.
Sandbags will be given away at the Verizon Wireless building on 2424 Garden of the Gods Road from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, April 13. The Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management and Colorado Springs Together have teamed up to make the donations possible.
As we approach the summer monsoon season, flooding is a real concern for those in living in areas impacted by the fire, as areas previously protected by vegetation are now vulnerable. For information on flood risk and what you can do to protect yourself, click here.
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