Rusty Garrett here with the weekend outlook: Sun and clouds both days with lower humidity. High temps are due to only reach the lower 80s. Early mornings in the low to mid 50s.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (August 23, 2013)--The flood-damaged Colorado city of Manitou Springs has escaped the latest round of torrential rain without any significant flooding, officials say.
The heaviest of the rain fell upstream Thursday evening from the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fire burn areas, preventing runoff and mudslides.
Eric Petersen of the National Weather Service says the most rain fell in an arc to the north of Colorado Springs and also to the southeast.
Because of where it fell, the water drained into Fountain Creek, which can hold more water than the smaller creek that contributed to recent deadly flooding in Manitou Springs.
The storms still caused plenty of problems, though.
Some cars and drivers were stranded when flood waters rushed over roads.
The system dumped so much hail in areas southwest of Denver snowplows were out on the streets.
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