DENVER(CBS)- Strong slow moving thunderstorms drenched Denver International Airport with flooding rains on Sunday afternoon. So much that the National Weather Service had to issue a flood advisory for the entire airport.
The storm developed over the airport and stayed in place over an hour. Rainfall amounts over the east side of the DIA property added up from 1 to 2 inches!
Sunday’s thunderstorms across the state caused a few issues such as the brief closure of I-70 for for the Grizzly Creek Burn Scar near Glenwood Springs.
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