Turbulent weather hit parts of the Front Range on Friday with flash flooding in the Cameron Peak fire scar, a tornado warning in Adams County and a landspout tornado touching down west of Denver International Airport.
A two- to three-foot surge of water was reported in Larimer County along Buckhorn Creek in the Cameron Peak fire area, according to the National Weather Service.
“Significant” flash flooding occurred along Buckhorn Creek with the water rushing downstream toward Masonville.
⚠️Significant flash flooding is occurring along Buckhorn Creek in Larimer County in vicinity of the Cameron Peak burn area! Reports of 2-3 foot surge of water. Will affect areas downstream toward Masonville.
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