Tue May 31, 2011
Flooding Threat

Flood Threat Rises in Northwest Colorado

Flooding along Gore Creek in June 2010.
Colorado Water Conservation Board

The risk of flooding from mountain snowpack is expected to pick up this week as temperatures climb to some of the highest of the season.

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Tue May 24, 2011
Flooding Threat

Weekend Temperatures Could Increase Mountain Flooding

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The northeastern plains of Colorado are under a Flash Flood Watch through Wednesday morning. Heavy, slow-moving storms could drop between 2 to 4 inches rain. The cooler weather is also delaying the flood threat from snowmelt – but not for much longer.

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Tue May 10, 2011

Counties Prepare for Potential Flooding as Snow Melts

Rocky Mountains
photo by Robin Kanouse Flickr

Record snow levels in parts of Colorado have many county emergency officials bracing for potential flooding as temperatures warm across the state. 

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Wed May 4, 2011

Snow in Northern Colorado at Record Levels in May

Snow along Mummy Range
Photo by Joseph Mark Jarvis Flickr

Federal agriculture officials are reporting record snowpack levels across northern Colorado. 

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Tue February 22, 2011

Reservoir Levels Strong, but Eastern Colorado Still Thirsty

Colorado Reservoir
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Colorado water officials say reservoir levels across the state are strong, but the next few months will determine how much water is available for the spring and early irrigation season.

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