Colorado’s Front Range may not get many wet days this winter if the government’s weather forecasters are correct.
Horsetooth Reservoir west of Fort Collins is expected to be full this week for the first time since 2004, thanks to deep mountain snow and heavy rains.
Denver Water is increasing releases from Dillon Reservoir so the dam can hold more water, but the move also could boost the Blue River above flood stage for a few weeks.
The National Weather Service says rivers in Colorado are running high with snowmelt and rainfall.
State water managers say flooding in Denver from the state’s record snowmelt is unlikely.
Homeowners are working now to prevent problems later along the Poudre and Big Thompson rivers.
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A speedy snowmelt is creating dangerous conditions on the Colorado River.
This year many mountain towns received record snow. That’s good news for people who rely on the mountains for drinking water, but all the snow can cause problems if it melts too quickly.
Continued heavy rainfall and snowmelt have flooded some businesses in Steamboat Springs and more rain is forecast for the weekend.