The rivers and creeks in north-central Colorado are still running high and fast from the melting snow, so Routt County authorities have extended the ban on tubing.
Monday was the hottest day of the year in the state, prompting flood advisories and warnings for parts of northern and western Colorado, officials said.
The flooding in the high country has started and high water will be with around for awhile.
Homeowners are working now to prevent problems later along the Poudre and Big Thompson rivers.
Wildlife officials plan to euthanize non-native smallmouth bass removed from the Yampa River instead of transferring them to a reservoir.