A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the Northern Foothills through late tonight. Quick .5" to 2" rainfalls possible on steep terrain. #COwx—
NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) July 07, 2012
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From the Montrose Daily Press (Mike Easterling):
As of 5 p.m. Thursday, Montrose had received 0.44 inches of precipitation at the automated weather reporting station at Montrose Regional Airport. That was good news for the Uncompahgre Valley and surrounding mountains, as Montrose had received only trace amounts of precipitation in May and June, Colton said. The last time Montrose had received measurable precipitation was in April, when 0.16 inches of rain fell on April 26. Other parts of the city fared even better. Colton said an NWS spotter one mile east-southeast of Montrose reported 0.57 inches of rain in a half hour.