DENVER (KDVR) — A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day has been issued for Sunday due to the cold front and a surge of monsoon moisture.

A flood watch is in effect for Sunday from 2 p.m. until midnight for the burn areas, the Interstate 25 Corridor and adjacent plains.

Rain and storms will move in during the late afternoon and into the evening which could lead to flooding in creeks, streams, and other low-lying areas.

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, thunderstorms are expected to bring heavy rain, potentially flooding areas across the foothills, the urban corridor and nearby plains.

Here is a table released by the National Weather Service in Boulder that breaks down when flash flooding is expected to hit specific regions.

A table detailing the elevated risk of flash flooding 8.7.22 (NWS BOULDER)

The area of focus for this watch, again, will be along the Interstate 25 Corridor and the adjacent plains and applies specifically to the late afternoon and evening hours.

A few storms could also become severe with a low risk issued for those areas in green.

Some monsoon moisture will roll over into Monday with scattered storms expected for the afternoon.

After that, the forecast turns drier and hotter for the rest of the week.