We definitely need the moisture throughout Northern Colorado and it doesn't matter if it comes in the form of rain or snow. But what's always tough with spring storms is you don't know what's going to happen til the day of!
The smell of rain has been very prevalent this month - every day, it seems like. For a lot of us, that smell reminds us of the days when we'd splash in puddles as kids, or stay dry inside while helping mom bake cookies.
The flooding is no where near contained and rain continues to fall with expectations of heavy rainfall later today, tonight and possibly tomorrow. The flooding Thompson River has already washed out parts of Highway 34 and waters are likely to rush to town.
I was glad to see it rain on Sunday and waking to more rain this morning. It's been so dry around here, so it was some much needed moisture, but apparently it won't help much according to a CSU Climatologist.
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