The Extreme Precipitation Forecasting Table (EPFT) was the first tool developed and released for AWIPS by WPC. It is currently available to all NWS Weather Forecast Offices, Regional Headquarters, and River Forecast Centers within the contiguous United States. The EPFT compares Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts (QPFs) to Average Recurrence Intervals, primarily from the NOAA Atlas 14, to highlight where climatologically significant and potential flood-producing rainfall could occur. Feedback from meteorologists and hydrologists in the field have led to improvements in the EPFT and the creation of additional heavy rain assessment tools in AWIPS. This presentation will give an overview of recent developments made to the EPFT, which include the addition of probabilistic information, flash-flood guidance, and improved visualization features, along with a demonstration of how these tools were used by operational forecasters during a May 2017 heavy rain/snow event in Boulder, Colorado.