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Old 07-28-2014   #1
 
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Flood watch

Weather Outlook for July 28-30, 2014 for Northeastern Colorado

Looks like some major monsoon precip is in the forecast Get ready!

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Old 07-28-2014   #2
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Heck yeah. We need some moisture round these parts.


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Clear creek is back up to 400 in golden. Anyone else have a rain day?

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Riley and I are going to go run Boulder Canyon soon. ANyone care to join us?
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Headed towards boulder now. Never run boulder creek besides the play park though. Were pretty solid 3/4 boaters, but I'm the only one with a creek boat. Let me know if you would want to meet up. (7) six 3 five55 one five.
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Can't make it to boulder but would be down for a quick lower cc run after work. Just went over 400
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Boulder creek gages? 750cfs or 250ish?

Two gages on boulder creek are reporting different cfs, which one is the one that matters?

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USGS Current Conditions for USGS 06730200 BOULDER CREEK AT NORTH 75TH ST. NEAR BOULDER, CO
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Depends where you're running. You get a lot of street runoff through town which is why the 75th gauge is much higher. The Ordell gauge is above 4 mi. This one is below Detail Graph and good for park.

Still a little low for me to get excited about Boulder Creek. Maybe they'll get one more burst of rain before the storm dies out.
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Thanks that makes sense, didnt realize it was at mile 4. Jus walked down to the 55th street bridge, rivers in the trees, 2 feet from topping banks! Floods a lil gift from god!
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the Orodell guage does not include 4 mile and a couple other possible drainages. so it is probably higher then what Orodell is showing.
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