Flood and wildfire season is just around the corner, but in Colorado, a natural disaster can strike during any month of the year.
On September 9, 2013, a storm system began taking shape that would bring several days of rain and flooding to the Front Range.
Manitou Springs has installed several devices to help warn residents about flash flooding after last year’s devastating flooding rushed through the town west of Colorado Springs.
A flash flood develops rapidly, sometimes in as little as a few minutes.
It’s hard to believe that severe weather season is literally around the corner, especially since it was just in the teens and low 20s with snow!
Hazards left behind after last year’s flood could pose new problems this spring.
Near record snowfall in the mountains has set the stage for potential flooding this spring.
Flood and wildfire awareness week continues across Colorado with today’s message taking a closer look at flood history in our state.
Homeowners in the Black Forest Fire who are in the midst of trying to salvage items from their burned homes are now trying to protect what is left from flooding.
Residents of Manitou Springs are still recovering from Monday night’s damaging mud invasion.