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More rain causes problems across northern Colorado

More rain causes flooding in northern Colorado. Longmont, Erie, and Firestone were under a flash flood warning until 7 p.m. Thursday night. The Cameron Peak burn scar area was also under a warning, where rainfall rates were expected to exceed 2.5 inches of rain an hour. Heavy rains forced attempts for an emergency rescue in Monument Creek in Colorado Springs. Firefighters said they recovered a man’s body from the creek near the 4000 block of Star View. The bad weather once again forced the cancellation or delay of hundreds of flights out of Denver International Airport Thursday. Not even including this latest rain – Denver was on pace for its wettest month on record. Denver News 9 reports currently, the wettest month on record was back in May of…ready for this 1876. The record stands at 8.5 inches of rain. Read more at

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