Updated Rain Totals: 9:45am 09/13/13
Updated forecast and analysis.
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Here are three day totals from CoCoRaHS observers in Colorado. Anywhere from .5" to 10" being reported since Monday, with many 6"+ reports from the Boulder flood region.
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Below is a map of the National Digital Forecast Database 72 hour QPF ( quantitative precipitation forecast ) for Colorado. More rain in the forecast for areas already hit hard with flooding. Keep in mind, this is just one forecast, others have more or less precip, but all keep a chance going through Thursday night.
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A collection of user submitted flooding photos, a few media shared images, and photos from contributor Greg Moore who lives in the Erie area.
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Thursday, September 12th 2013
Posted by @brendansweather
Cloud CornerNovember is Denver's 4th snowiest month with 4.2" on average.
The mean temperature during the month of November falls from 50° in October to 38.3°
October 2013 featured below average precipitation for Denver, finishing the month just 74% of average.
Denver received 1.4" of snow during October 2013, just 33% of normal.
- The National Weather Service