Time: 955 AM Mon September 30, 2019 Forecaster: Alan Smith

Heavy Precipitation Outlook
Flash Flood Prediction Program

COOLER WITH DRY CONDITIONS TODAY AND AREAS OF FOG/DRIZZLE LATE TONIGHT
-A weak cold front moved into the District early this morning before stalling across southern portions of the District. This will result in slightly cooler temperatures for most areas with highs in the upper 70s/low 80s on the plains, while areas in Douglas County south of the frontal boundary will be warmer.
-Mostly sunny skies and dry conditions can be expected District-wide today. Gusty southwest winds will occur across southern portions of the District, while central/northern areas will experience lighter winds. A stronger cold front will arrive late tonight, which will result in areas of fog and drizzle toward daybreak Tuesday with only trace amounts of precipitation.
-Today will conclude the 2019 Flash Flood Prediction Program. Any questions or comments should be directed to Kevin Stewart at 303-455-6277 or kstewart@udfcd.org.
STORM RAINFALL POTENTIAL AND DURATION: Areas of drizzle/light sprinkles after midnight will only result in trace amounts of rainfall to up to a couple of hundredths of a inch in 60 minutes or less.

A LOOK AHEAD: Much cooler air will arrive Tuesday with areas of fog/drizzle giving way to dry conditions and mostly cloudy skies with highs in the upper 50s on the plains. A trough of low pressure passing north of the District will result in isolated light showers Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, before warmer and drier conditions return on Thursday and Friday.

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