Update - Noon, Wednesday, July 30: As rain continues to fall across Northern Colorado, flood advisories have been issued through the evening in Larimer County and Weld County.

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Jordan Dawson, TSM
Jordan Dawson, TSM
Jordan Dawson, TSM
Jordan Dawson, TSM

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There is a flash flood warning in effect for both Larimer County and Weld County into the evening tonight, Tuesday, July 29, due to heavy rain, hail and wind.

As the Denver Channel reported, the 24/7 Weather Team said heavy rain is in the forecast for much of Colorado Tuesday, raising the risk of flooding.

Up to an inch of rain had already fallen southeast of Fort Collins as of 3:30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.

In addition to the flash flood warning for Larimer and Weld counties, a flash flood watch has been issued for nearly the whole state of Colorado. The NWS said a strong storm system mixing with typical summer monsoon moisture could cause 2 to 3 inches of rain to fall in less than an hour in some places starting in the afternoon. More rain is possible overnight into Wednesday.

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