After a day of road closures, flash flooding and traffic woes Monday due to heavy storms, weather is once again causing snarls around Colorado.
Heavy rains this morning have caused flash floods and street closures in Broomfield, and flash flood warnings are in effect for parts of Boulder County.
Several roads have been closed already, and more storms could be on the way today.
Check back throughout the day; this story will be updated as more information becomes available.
9 a.m.: A flash flood warning has been issued for southeastern Boulder County and southwestern Broomfield County until 11 a.m. as one to two inches of rain have fallen in Louisville, Superior and Broomfield, according to the National Weather Service.
8:59 a.m.: The Broomfield Police Department said Spader Way is closed from 1st Avenue to DesCombes Drive due to flooding in the city. Midway Park in Broomfield is also experiencing heavy flooding, the Police Department said on Twitter.
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