As of 7:33pm, the Severe Thunderstorm Watch for El Paso County, including #UCCS, has been cancelled.
A Thunderstorm WATCH has been issued until 11pm, including #UCCS…Large hail and damaging winds possible are possible with storms which do form. Stay alert to changing weather conditions, and have a plan to seek shelter should a warning be issued for your area.
Flash Flood Watch issued 10a-9p today, includes #UCCS. Have a plan in place if you will be in or near areas prone to flooding and flash flooding, and have a way to receive alerts. Be prepared to take action should a warning be issued for your area.
Check www.weather.gov/pub for the latest forecast details.
Thunderstorm Warning issued until 8:15pm, includes #UCCS. Quarter size hail is possible, seek shelter indoors until the storm passes.
The National Weather Service Pueblo has issued a Flash Flood Warning, including our UCCS campus, until 11:30pm. Campus has received more than 1.25″ of rain in the past hour, and with saturated soils flash flooding is occurring on area roadways. Avoid water-covered roadways and areas of moving water. Stay tuned to local media for further details, and check www.weather.gov/pub for the latest forecast.
Flash Flood Warning issued until 9:15p, includes #UCCS. Avoid areas of moving water & water-covered roadways. Be prepared to move to higher ground if flash flooding threatens your area.
Thunderstorm WATCH issued until 8:00pm MDT, includes our #UCCS campus. Large hail, damaging winds, and an isolated tornado are possible with these storms. Stay alert, and seek shelter indoors if a warning is issued for your area.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for El Paso County, including our UCCS campus, from Thursday (6/11) afternoon through Friday (6/12) evening. Recent rains have saturated area soils, and with moderate to heavy rain forecast the potential for flash flooding exists.
Stay tuned to local forecasts, and be aware of changing weather conditions. Be prepared to take quick action should a warning be issued or conditions warrant.
El Paso County, including Colorado Springs and UCCS, are now included in a Tornado Watch until 9:00pm MDT. Stay tuned to local media and be prepared to take shelter if a warning is issued for our area.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until midnight tonight. Recent rainfall has saturated soils across the area, and with moderate to heavy rainfall forecast today, any additional precipitation could quickly create flooding and flash flooding conditions.
Monitor the latest forecast and warning information, and be prepared to take action should conditions warrant it. Avoid driving through standing or moving water on roadways, you never truly know the conditions below the surface.
A Tornado Watch has been issued until 9:00pm MDT…includes Colorado Springs and our UCCS campus. Large hail and an isolated tornado are possible. For more information on the watch, visit http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/watch/ww0144.html
Remember, a Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather and the development of a tornado. Be prepared to seek shelter should a warning be issued. Tune in to local media, and check www.weather.gov/pub for the latest forecast and warnings for our area.