The water in Colorado’s rivers and streams is starting to recede after a winter that brought a lot of snow and a spring that brought a lot of rain.
Unclear computer weather models made it difficult to predict the location and magnitude of heavy rains during Colorado’s deadly September storms, the National Weather Service said.
At least one Fort Collins business spent Wednesday morning cleaning up from Tuesday night’s flooding.
Since 1959, there have been 141 documented lightning deaths in Colorado and hundreds of others have been injured.
There are two types of cloud-to-ground lightning strikes, and while both are deadly, one is usually more destructive.
Tubing in Boulder is allowed once again.
Firefighters in Elizabeth responded to three different fires Sunday afternoon. All of them were caused by lightning strikes.
State officials say about half of Colorado remains in some level of drought.
This week has been declared lightning safety awareness week by Governor Hickenlooper.
Five tornadoes touched down on Colorado’s Eastern Plains on Saturday afternoon, causing damage in some areas.