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Rain totals: Here's how much has fallen across Colorado

Storms dropped heavy rain across the Denver metro area Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.

COLORADO, USA — Storms dumped heavy rain across the Denver metro area and the Front Range Monday and Tuesday.

More than 40 locations in the Denver area have reported more than an inch of rain. The heaviest totals have been reported in the areas of Aurora, Parker, Foxfield, The Pinery, Castle Pines and Highlands Ranch.

The most rain in the past 24 hours — 3.62 inches — was reported in Broomfield near Main Street and East 10th Avenue Tuesday morning.

Another report saw 2.64 inches of rain in southeast Aurora near South Chambers Road and East Yale Avenue on Monday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

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Monday's storms caused some street flooding, prompting some road closures. Aurora had multiple accidents due to rain and flooding.

Here are the rainfall totals for the storms on Monday, Aug. 15 and Tuesday, Aug. 16, according to NWS:

  • Broomfield: 3.62 inches
  • North-northeast Broomfield: 3.07 inches
  • East-northeast Broomfield: 2.69 inches
  • Erie: 2.88 inches
  • Louisville: 2.32 inches
  • Superior: 1.98 inches
  • Southeast Aurora: 2.64 inches
  • Wray: 2.4 inches
  • Sedalia: 2.12 inches
  • South-southeast Aurora: 2.10 inches
  • Foxfield: 2.02 inches
  • Sedalia: 1.95 inches
  • West-southwest Sedalia: 1.90 inches
  • Southeast Aurora: 1.86 inches
  • Black Forest: 1.70 inches
  • Sedalia: 1.68 inches
  • St. Mary's Glacier: 1.62 inches
  • Centennial: 1.60 inches
  • Southwest Aurora: 1.60 inches
  • South-southwest Aurora: 1.56 inches
  • Aspen Springs: 1.56 inches
  • Parker: 1.54 inches
  • Lone Tree: 1.52 inches
  • Peyton: 1.50 inches
  • East Parker: 1.44 inches
  • Southwest Parker: 1.44 inches
  • The Pinery: 1.40 inches
  • Franktown: 1.36 inches
  • East-northeast Black Forest: 1.35 inches
  • Lone Tree: 1.35 inches
  • Arapahoe Park: 1.26 inches
  • Castle Rock: 1.26 inches
  • Castle Pines: 1.26 inches
  • Conifer: 1.24 inches
  • The Pinery: 1.16 inches
  • Highlands Ranch: 1.16 inches
  • East Parker: 1.14 inches
  • Louviers: 1.13 inches
  • Lone Tree: 1.13 inches
  • North-northwest Parker: 1.08 inches
  • Pine Grove: 1.07 inches
  • West-northwest Castle Rock: 1.07 inches
  • East-northeast Parker: 1.06 inches
  • Brookvale: 1.02 inches
  • Centennial: 1 inch
  • Peyton: 1 inch
  • West-southwest Lone Tree: 1 inch
  • Fondis: 1 inch

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