Colorado Flood

September 14th, 2013 at 12:40 am by under Bill's Blog, News, Weather

Helicopter view of the Colorado flooding near Longmont4 fatalities, 170 unaccounted for.  Rainfall in the 24-hours ending at 8 PM Friday:  7.8″ Karval, 4.8″ Virginia Dale 4.11 Aurora, 2.94″ Lyons, 2.78″ Denver (Stapleton Arpt.),  1.59″ Colorado Springs.  Also, snow forecast for central Canada.     Check out the before and after pictures of the flood in the Big Thompson Canyon.

11 Responses to “Colorado Flood”

  1. Skot says:

    Its coming ,,,,,

  2. Jack says:

    WOW…… CUE.”..When the Levee Breaks” !!! By L. ZEP……… Right Here Now, On WFLUD ::::::: CRANK IT UP !! ;-)

  3. Matt (Spring Lake) says:

    Yikes! It is so interesting how geography plays such a role in climate and weather. I’ve been watching the showers form as they push up against the foothills.

    Speaking of geography, I just drove into Spring Lake to get gas and definitely saw some frost in the more flat, open areas. 35 degrees in my neighborhood in the beautiful area of northern Spring Lake Township off West Spring Lake Road. They just got done building a new pedestrian bridge over one of the lake’s bayous and I LOVE it. I went jogging this morning and it was just so refreshing. Have a blessed day!

  4. pony says:

    Ice on car window at 7:00 A.M. north of Ravenna

  5. Gary says:

    The weather channel’s It Could Happen has shown this scenario for Boulder as well as one for Sandy. Actually the possibilities shown projected worse damage for both.

  6. Mark (East Lansing) says:

    Boy they sure don’t need anymore rain.

    I wonder if we’ll hit 80 again this year?

  7. Mark (East Lansing) says:

    HOLY COW! That aerial is unbelievable.

  8. DF (SE Mich) says:

    It got to 32* in A2, that has to be a record. Time to go tailgating ;)

  9. Imthemom (just n holland) says:

    I had scattered frost away from the house and my neighbors
    roof facing north was frosted.

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