There's a storm blowing through Colorado and it's bringing heavy rain with it.
According to the National Weather Service, "monsoon moisture" will be increasing this weekend, with several inches of rain expected to fall in some parts of the state. This comes a day after up to a foot of rain fell in parts of Yuma County.
The San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado will likely see the heaviest rainfall, though the central mountains and the Front Range will also likely see notable rain. The alert warns that flash flooding in slot canyons and burn scar areas could be possible.
The map below shows how much rain can be expected. Keep in mind that these predictions are subject to change.
This weekend will likely be wet around much of the state, especially as evening storms roll in.
If you're camping, be prepared to battle the elements. Bring waterproofing bags and make sure you pack your rain fly. A plastic tarp can also be used to keep your tent off the wet ground. It's also important to remember that a wet ground is a cold ground – plan to layer accordingly.