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Old 09-26-2013   #1
 
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Please help if you kept track of rainfall in your area!

How many buckets, inches, etc.

CSU is seeking photos, stories or measurements from the Colorado Flood of 2013!

The Colorado Climate Center at CSU is looking for any measurements of the storm! If you took any sort of unofficial measurement, we'd like to know. If you have photo evidence, even better. We'd also like to know your stories during the flood. Email us at [email protected].

Thanks

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Old 09-27-2013   #2
 
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We live in south Boulder, a little up the hill. My wife's kayak was out back, covered with a leaky tarp and upright. It filled to the brim with water, despite no float bags. My estimate from that is we got about 20" from the initial onslaught. We then had an empty bucket and recorder about another 3" in the rain that happened later in the storm. Of course, we needed the moisture (Ha).
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