Several families were forced from their homes early Friday morning after mudslides at a mobile home park in Colorado Springs.
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.
Many Colorado communities in and near the Front Range have seen around a foot of water since the middle of April.
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.
Rising water in the Denver metro area is a concern as it starts to flood roads, parks and bike paths.
Recent heavy rains are being blamed for a landslide in a Colorado Springs subdivision.
The results of heavy precipitation this spring can be seen all around, be it in the form of green grass or standing puddles. It can also be seen on a few of our area reservoirs.
Days of heavy rain over the Denver metro area have caused street flooding and the South Platte River to overflow its banks in some places.
Heavy rain is causing some street flooding in Colorado Springs while snow has shut down Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.