As the winter snows begin to melt, the spring runoff brings about the threat of floods. Fortunately, the Colorado Water Conservation Board is monitoring flood threats in Colorado. On their Flood Threat Information Services website, you can view daily precipitation maps as well as a daily flood threat bulletin and map. Also, twice a week they post a 7-15 day flood outlook for Colorado. So, if you live in a flood-prone area, these tools can be very helpful for preparing your family and property for possible springtime flooding.
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