Recreation bans and flood warnings have been issued for several Colorado rivers and streams because high water made it too dangerous for swimmers, people on inner tubes and rescuers.
Many vehicles are in the shop after getting damaged in high water during soaking rains along the Front Range.
Emergency responders are preparing for the possibility of flooding along the Front Range as more precipitation is expected and a Flash Flood watch remains in effect for that area through Friday morning.
All the rain in Colorado lately has the Better Business Bureau warning shoppers about problems with some used vehicles. Many that got flooded will be hitting the marketplace, and it may be impossible to spot the damage.
Several people living in Larimer and Boulder Counties suffered damage to their homes and property when a tornado hit last week and in the aftermath of flooding caused by torrential rains. They got some relief and information from experts.
Residents in Mesa County are preparing for a possible evacuation due to flooding concerns.
A tornado struck the Front Range town of Berthoud on Thursday evening, damaging several homes in the area. Another tornado struck the eastern plains town of Simla, also causing damage.
Residents in Sterling who had to evacuate from their homes over the weekend are reporting minimal damage from flooding, but they remain on edge.
A mandatory evacuation order was lifted Sunday for residents in the Globe Meadows area after the North Sterling Reservoir inlet ditch spilled over its banks,
Officials in El Paso and Pueblo counties said they will ask Gov. John Hickenlooper for a disaster declaration after rain and flooding pounded the region over the past three weeks.