Soggy storm leaves Colorado, streams start to recede

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DENVER-- Our soggy storm lift away from Colorado after dumping between 2 – 4″ of rain up and down the Front Range.

Rivers, streams and creeks started to recede by Friday evening, but will stay swift for several days.  It is advised to stay away from the raging water until things settle down, possibly by early next week. Most warnings and advisories either expired or were canceled.

The weekend is not completely storm-free with a chance each afternoon. However, the mornings will be sunny and and the afternoons will be warm with highs near 80 both days.

Our next best chance for thunderstorms arrives on Monday. We dry out quickly through the rest of next week and turn up the heat!

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