Heavy rain and snow are causing flooding in some parts of Colorado, especially in the northeast part of the state.
Many Colorado communities in and near the Front Range have seen around a foot of water since the middle of April.
An unusually cold storm system will move into the central Rockies by Monday night dropping snow levels down to about 8,000 feet.
Colorado is slogging through a wetter than normal spring, with heavy rains restoring much-needed moisture to parched rangeland and sending some rivers over the banks.
Authorities have issued a voluntary evacuation order for residents around the Messex area in extreme northwest Washington County due to possible flooding.
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.
Flood warnings are in effect in several areas on Colorado’s Eastern Plains, and the water has been swift enough to wash out some roads.
An ambulance carrying a patient with four others on board got swept away by water while driving to meet another ambulance in Morgan County early Sunday morning.
Crews in Loveland and Morgan County battled multiple grass fires this weekend.