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Many of the Recreation Trails in Larimer and Weld Counties Will Remained Closed

Lots of rain has saturated the ground again around our local rivers closing roads and much of the bike/walking trail system. Please remain cautious.

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Poudre River Trail Closure Map - City of Greeley Facebook
Poudre River Trail Closure Map - City of Greeley Facebook
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Poudre River Bike Trail Still Closed In Some Locations

With the weather turning nice many will be hitting the bike trails but be aware that some are still closed due to flooding and construction.

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Poudre River Near Timnath
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Rains Expected Today in Colorado Could Worsen Flooding

The Larimer County Sheriffs Office said additional rain overnight did not cause any new problems but we are on high alert for flooding again today in Larimer County. Fort Collins crews are monitoring the Poudre River closely as the forecast is for an additional 1 to 2 inches of rain.

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Poudre River Trail
Liz Meyer, Larimer County Press Release
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Poudre River Trail Project Receives Over $5 Million for Improvements from Colorado Lottery and Great Outdoors Colorado Fund

The Poudre River Trail Corridor is about to get event better. Thanks to funds from the Colorado Lottery and Great Outdoors Colorado, the Poudre River Trail we love is getting over $5 million for improvements.

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Photo by Paul Wozniak
Photo by Paul Wozniak
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Best Poudre River Activities – Paul’s Top Five

We are looking at a rare combination, Fort Collins. The heat of the Colorado summer is here in full force. That means temps in the 90’s, possibly rising to 100, and the increase in moisture that we’ve seen this year has taken away that old phrase we’re so used to, “…but it’s a dry heat”.

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Hot Temperatures Bring High Water and High Danger to Colorado Rivers [VIDEO, PHOTOS, INTERVIEW]

We've arrived at our first full week of 80 degree temperatures in Fort Collins and across the Northern Front Range, and as the temperature goes up, the snow is going to come down! It's not going to fall from the sky

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