Rain and snow from the latest Pacific storm to hit the West renewed the risk of flooding in Colorado on Tuesday while providing two seasons of fun for kayakers and skiers and some relief from the drought.
The threat of yet even more rain is not good news for areas already dealing with high water. Some already-swollen reservoirs are having trouble getting back below flood levels.
Spring storms that have been pounding the West hit northern Utah over the weekend, causing minor flooding and a rock slide, with more storms forecast this week here and in neighboring Colorado.
Communities along the South Platte River in Northeastern Colorado are protecting their homes from another round of rain.
Authorities have issued a voluntary evacuation order for residents around the Messex area in extreme northwest Washington County due to possible flooding.
Antique guns, Native American artifacts and pioneer-era tools are among the treasures being moved to higher ground as Coloradoans on the Eastern Plains prepare for possible flooding.
More than a week of nearly steady rain, coupled with a snowstorm and rapid melting, has resulted in thousands of flooded basements in the Denver metro area.
An ambulance carrying a patient with four others on board that got swept away by water early Sunday morning was the only ambulance an Adams County town’s fire department had.
The rain may have stopped, but flooding is still a concern, especially on the Eastern Plains.
A lot of homeowners are dealing with flooded basements following the large amount of moisture that stuck around the Front Range last week.