Highest rain totals of monsoon thunderstorms on Thursday – CBS Denver


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DENVER (CBS4) – The first monsoon damp of the season hit Colorado on Thursday, causing widespread showers and thunderstorms. Rain was particularly heavy in some areas east of the continental divide, particularly along the Front Range. Below is a list of rain totals from CBS4 weather observers and CoCoRaHS weather observers.

3.71 ″ – 7.2 miles SSE from Watkins
3.40 ″ – 1.2 miles northwest of Greeley
3.32 ″ – 0.5 miles NNW of Greeley
3.30 ″ – 0.8 miles northwest of Greeley
3.01 ″ – West Greeley
2.92 ″ – 1.1 miles ENO from Greeley
2.76 ″ – 1.8 miles north of Greeley
2.46 ″ – 1.8 miles SSW of Salida
2.45 ″ – 1.7 miles ESE of Greeley
2.39 ″ – 2.5 miles northwest of Louisville
2.08 “- 4.9 miles SSE from Brush
2.06 ″ – 3.7 miles west of Elbert
2.05 ″ – 4.7 miles east of Boulder
1.99 ″ – 0.1 miles northwest of Pueblo
1.82 ″ – 1.1 miles southeast of Trinidad
1.69 ″ – 3.9 miles southeast of Castle Rock
1.68 ″ – 3 miles NNE of Colorado Springs
1.65 ″ – 10.5 miles southeast of Estes Park
1.63 ″ – pine wood springs
1.61 ″ – 4.6 miles northeast of Ward
1.60 ″ – superior
1.53 “- 7.1 miles WNW of Arvada
1.50 ″ – 2.3 miles south of Boulder
1.48 ″ – 0.9 miles WSW of Virginia Dale
1.33 ″ – 2.7 miles WSW of Broomfield
1.30 ″ – 10.6 miles north of Calhan
1.28 ″ – 11.6 miles west of Timpas
1.27 ″ – 3.7 miles northwest of Agate
1.25 ″ – 10.2 miles west of Livermore
1.13 “- 0.6 miles NNW from Cedarwood
1.10 ″ – 0.6 miles N of well
1.08 “- 0.1 miles OSE of Littleton
1.05 “- 5.1 miles ESE from Eaton
1.02 ″ – 1.8 miles SSW from Niwot
0.99 ″ – 0.5 miles north of Beulah
0.97 ″ – 2 miles southwest of Centennial
0.96 “- 10.8 miles SSW from Bennett
0.87 ″ – 1.1 miles SSW from Rollinsville
0.85 “- 1.2 miles WSW from Ellicott
0.85 ″ – 22.3 miles northwest of Canon City
0.83 ″ – 3.5 miles northeast of Franktown
0.80 ″ – 0.6 miles south of Carr
0.80 ″ – 0.6 miles west of Evans
0.80 ″ – NW Westminster
0.79 ″ – 11.2 miles east of Rye
0.78 ″ – 1.7 miles ENO from Peyton
0.78 ″ – 8.9 miles WNW of Lyon
0.76 ″ – 6.2 miles SSW of Elizabeth
0.74 ″ – 2.1 miles of ENO’s monument
0.72 ″ – 1.9 miles WSW of Nathrop
0.72 ″ – 3.3 miles southwest of Walsenburg
0.71 ″ – 4 miles southeast of Aurora
0.69 ″ – 2 miles north of Colorado Springs
0.69 ″ – 9.4 miles west of New Raymer
0.67 ″ – 1.2 miles ESE of Manitou Springs
0.65 ″ – 8.7 miles northeast of Westcliffe
0.63 ″ – 8 miles SSW from Denver
0.59 ″ – 4.8 miles northwest of Golden
0.55 ″ – 11.9 miles south of Strasbourg
0.55 ″ – 3 miles southeast of Windsor
0.54 “- 2.5 miles southeast of Jamestown
0.52 ″ – 3.6 miles southeast of Ramah
0.51 ″ – SW Lone Tree
0.49 ″ – 6 miles WSW from Fort Collins
0.49 ″ – 7.2 miles WNW of Lake George
0.48 ″ – 3 miles southwest of Longmont
0.45 ″ – 2.7 miles WSW of Wheat Ridge
0.45 ″ – 1.9 miles southeast of Breckenridge
0.43 ″ – 4.7 miles southeast of Drake
0.42 ″ – 1.5 miles WSW of Lakewood
0.40 ″ – 3.7 miles north of Floyd Hill
0.39 ″ – 7.8 miles west of Limon
0.38 ″ – 2.1 miles SSW from Fort Morgan
0.34 ″ – 0.3 miles south of Blanca
0.34 ″ – 5.1 miles northwest of Cripple Creek
0.30 ″ – 0.7 miles ESE of the Highlands Ranch
0.30 ″ – Poudre Park
0.29 ″ – 4.5 miles east of Kersey
0.26 ″ – CBS4 Studio
0.25 ″ – Fort Collins
0.21 ″ – NE Broomfield
0.13 ″ – Sedalia
0.08 “- NE Thornton

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