Sunday, September 26, 2021

The remnants of Hurricane Nora will travel across Colorado, triggering fears of flooding

It is not uncommon for tropical moisture to reach Colorado, but it is even rarer for the state to obtain moisture from previous hurricanes. Colorado will soon see moisture from Hurricane Nora, and some areas of the state have already implemented flash flood warnings.

The area formerly known as Hurricane Nora is now only a zone of deep tropical moisture. Due to the high-level pattern of the atmosphere, moisture will soon come to us. When it travels from the Southwest Desert to the state, the system will cause serious flooding problems in the Four Corners area. Earlier this week, California and Arizona had issued flash flood warnings, and as of Wednesday morning, Colorado had also issued flash flood warnings.

The moisture content of the upper atmosphere.

On Wednesday, San Juan, Colorado will begin to see heavy rain coming in, which will pass through the west slope throughout the day. The system will move slowly, which will increase concerns about flooding because storms will also move slowly. A large amount of rainfall may drop in a short period of time, which will not only cause flooding, but also cause mudslides.

There was a threat of rain in all mountainous areas throughout the day on Wednesday, with burn scars and high flood threats near the slit canyon, especially in the afternoon. For the western part of Colorado, Wednesday will be the day most likely to rain.

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The remnants of Hurricane Nora will travel across Colorado, triggering fears of flooding
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