National Weather Service issues flood watch for fire areas in northern Colo. | Weather
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch in the northern Colorado foothills because of recent wildfires.
The weather service says up to two inches of rain are possible.
The watch is in effect from noon to midnight on Wednesday. A watch means a flood is possible but not imminent.
In September, a wildfire in the foothills west Boulder destroyed 169 homes, making it the most destructive in Colorado history. Fires have also charred parts of Larimer County.
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