The already drenched eastern part of Colorado is expected to see more rain Saturday.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for parts of the eastern plains, including the towns of Yuma and Wray.
The watch runs through Saturday evening.
The weather service reports that three to five inches of rain fell over the past two days near the Colorado-Nebraska-Kansas border.
And more rain is likely Saturday in the Denver area and other areas along the Front Range.
Thunderstorms dumped from one to two inches of rain in the Denver area yesterday right at rush hour.
There was some street flooding.
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