‘All Clear’ issued after ‘considerable threat’ expires in Boulder County

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Flash Flood Warning around Calwood burn scar (map from Boulder OEM)

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — UPDATE (6:21 p.m.): The Boulder Office of Emergency Management issued an all clear for residents and travelers in the area of the Calwood burn scar, including Geer and Lefthand canyons and US 36 between Boulder and Lyons.

UPDATE (5:58 p.m.): The Boulder Office of Emergency Management said there is passable debris on Sunshine Canyon Drive but to use caution if you’re on the roads around the impacted area.

The National Weather Service upgraded a Flash Flood Warning around the Calwood burn scar to “considerable threat” Saturday afternoon.

The area affected includes Geer Canyon Drive to Left Hand Canyon and part of US 36 from Boulder to Lyons.

Boulder Office of Emergency Management sent alerts warning residents to get to higher ground immediately.

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