Heavy rain and snow are causing flooding in some parts of Colorado, especially in the northeast part of the state.
Colorado is plagued with rain, snow and even grasshoppers for the Colorado weekend.
Copter4 flew over Chatfield Reservoir on Wednesday where the water level is six feet higher than normal.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Wednesday to spend about $1.2 million over the next couple of years testing new technology designed to predict wildfires.
Colorado vacation promoters like to boast that Colorado has an average 300 days of sunshine a year, but that may be in jeopardy this year.
The Poudre River and South Platte River are running high and are expected to cause flooding in northeastern Colorado through the week.
As the rain continues to fall and the mountain snow melts, the water runs high along Bear Creek in Evergreen. At the dam water is spilling over as well.
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.