Dry Creek Not Dry Boulder floods
Flooding Boulder county 9/12/13 #
This is where this vid eas taken: https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/dry-creek-trailhead
If you are someone who has moved to colorado please remember we call dry ravines creeks for a reason… either there used to be water there or there will be water there in times like these. The landscape aound us shows us well where water is likely to gather in times of flood. Please stay out of those areas be they manmade or natural. That being said, I saw lots of folks out enjoying the rain. Walking, biking, etc and I had to go nearly to boulder city limits to get an image of any impressiveness, and even those images are not impressive unless you know what the area usually looks like.
- Flash Flooding Hits Parts of in Boulder County – ABC News (abcnews.go.com)
- Colorado flood emergency: 2 killed, streets impassable, dams break (denverpost.com)
- Colorado Flash Flood: Heavy Rains In Boulder Claim At Least 1 Life (VIDEO/PHOTOS) (huffingtonpost.com)
- One dead, several structures destroyed in Colo. flooding (cbsnews.com)
- Colorado flood: 2 killed, streets impassable, dam breached (mercurynews.com)
- 1 dead as flash flooding hits parts of Colo. (cnsnews.com)
- 1 dead as flash flooding hits parts of Colo. (kansascity.com)
- Boulder Colorado Flood of September 2013 (vielmetti.typepad.com)
- One dead due to severe flooding in Colorado’s Boulder County (fox6now.com)
- Flooding in Colorado kills 2 (fox13now.com)
Posted on 2013/09/12, in #boulderflood, #COfloods, Breezy Kiefair and tagged Boulder County Colorado, Colorado, Denver Post, Flash flood warning, Flood, National Weather Service, University of Colorado Boulder, Water. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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