Cache La Poudre
With more rain in the forecast flood concerns are on the rise for people living along the Front Range. Many rivers are running at above or average flows for this time of year and that includes Horsetooth Reservoir in Fort Collins.
The threat of devastating flooding along Colorado rivers is over for the time being now that peak snow melt has come and gone. The lower water levels are exactly what rafters have been hoping for.
An annual tradition is still going strong in Greeley despite flooding that threatened to put an end to this year’s celebration.
People living in Rist Canyon near the High Park burn area are cleaning up after mudslides left a mess.
An attack is now under way to prevent the damage done by the two recent wildfires from getting worse. It’s a fight to save the reservoir providing drinking water to tens of thousands of people.
Some people who live along the Poudre River In Laporte, north of Fort Collins, are starting to breathe a sigh of relief. They’re also trying to figure out what to do with all of the sandbags.
The National Weather Service is warning of minor flooding after advisories were issued for rivers in northern and central Colorado.
The National Weather Service says rivers in Colorado are running high with snowmelt and rainfall.