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Colorado

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The 2013 Colorado floods were a series of natural disasters occurring in the U.S. state of Colorado.
Notable examples include the 1965 Denver Flood, the Big Thompson River flooding of 1976 and the 2013 Colorado floods.

Boulder High School

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This caused serious damage to buildings along the creek and the creek path such as Boulder High School.
The 2013 Colorado floods caused the school to be closed for several days.

Jamestown, Colorado

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Jamestown was hit hard by the September 2013 Colorado floods when the town was isolated due to road damage from the rains and the flooding of James Creek.

Broomfield, Colorado

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Governor John Hickenlooper declared a disaster emergency on September 12, 2013, in 14 counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, El Paso, Fremont, Jefferson, Larimer, Logan, Morgan, Pueblo, Washington and Weld.

Boulder, Colorado

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Governor John Hickenlooper declared a disaster emergency on September 12, 2013, in 14 counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, El Paso, Fremont, Jefferson, Larimer, Logan, Morgan, Pueblo, Washington and Weld.

Boulder County, Colorado

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The situation intensified on September 11 and 12. Boulder County was worst hit, with 9.08 in recorded September 12 and up to 17 in of rain recorded by September 15, which is comparable to Boulder County's average annual precipitation (20.7 inches, 525 mm).

Lyons, Colorado

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The town of Lyons in Boulder County was isolated by the flooding of St. Vrain Creek, and several earth dams along the Front Range burst or were over-topped.

Federal Emergency Management Agency

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The state of Colorado began paying the National Guard for continuing relief efforts until the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) could reimburse the State government at the end of the shutdown.
An example of NRCC activity is the coordination of emergency management activities that took place in connection with the 2013 Colorado floods.

Big Thompson River

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The Big Thompson River begins around Estes Park in northern Colorado and flows east through the state into Big Thompson Canyon.
The canyon was just one of the many areas along the Front Range that were devastated in the September 2013 flood.

Glen Haven, Colorado

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In September 2013, approximately 80 percent of Glen Haven's downtown was destroyed in the 2013 Colorado floods.

U.S. Route 36 in Colorado

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In early September 2013, a 31-mile section of US 36 from Estes Park to Boulder was closed due to damage from the 2013 Colorado floods.

Floods in Colorado

Floods in Colorado include the flood of 1844 which filled the South Platte valley from "bluff to bluff" to the recent Denver floods of 1965 and the 2013 Colorado floods.

H.R. 3174 (113th Congress)

The bill was written in response to the 2013 Colorado floods, which caused as much as $500 million worth of damage to Colorado's roads.

List of natural disasters in the United States

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It Could Happen Tomorrow

So far, the only scenario that has come true is the Colorado floods, which started on September 9, 2013.

2013 Fresno State Bulldogs football team

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* September 15's game against Colorado was canceled due to effects from the Boulder Creek flash floods.

Sue Minter

She later served on President Barack Obama's Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience, co-chaired the White House Task Force Subcommittee on Disaster Recovery and Resilience, and led a Vermont team which assisted with Colorado's response to major flooding in 2013.

All Hands And Hearts - Smart Response

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In September 2013, the group set up an operation in Northeast Colorado following massive flooding.

Jennifer Francis

It is also her opinion that warming in the Arctic may be changing the jet stream, which, in turn, may be leading to abnormal weather patterns such as an unusually long winter in the United Kingdom, the 2013 Colorado floods, and the unusually cold conditions across much of the southern United States in early 2014.

2013 Colorado Buffaloes football team

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* September 15's game against Fresno State was canceled due to effects from the Boulder Creek flash floods.