Many Colorado communities in and near the Front Range have seen around a foot of water since the middle of April.
An unusually cold storm system will move into the central Rockies by Monday night dropping snow levels down to about 8,000 feet.
Road crews will close a two-mile stretch of US 34 east of Greeley down to one lane on Thursday and Friday to continue repairs to the highway after last year’s massive flooding.
Many Colorado rivers will likely stay fast and high well into the month of June.
Residents of Big Elk Meadows, a mountain community between Lyons and Estes Park, say they’ve lacked phone service since last September’s historic flooding — but in many cases, they’re still being charged hefty bills.
Warm temperatures and the threat for more afternoon thunderstorms are in the forecast.
Crews in Larimer County will start demolishing a home damaged in the flooding last September.
Thousands of Coloradans could face major cost increases for their flood insurance, just as many are trying to decide whether to rebuild or move on after the devastating September flooding.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be making its last pick up of debris from last fall’s flooding in northern Colorado over the next two weeks.