As some may be aware, Colorado is in a pretty serious situation right now. Massive portions of the state have been cut off from areas due to flash floods that the National Weather Service began referring to as “rain and floods of biblical proportions”. This is unique to Colorado. I have lived here most of my life, and I have never seen anything like this. Aurora saw an annual rainfall average hit in 12 hours flat. Longmont has been cut in half by two rivers. Boulder, the city where I work, is trashed. Jamestown and Lyons are cut off from the rest of the state, and efforts to get National Guard into those areas have been almost fruitless. Rescue helicopters are incapable of flying due to the weather. Colorado Springs is bracing for epic issues of mud slides and flash floods right now. The images and video flooding into news agencies are shocking.
The picture I posted is of a friend’s neighborhood in Boulder. The tree you see was uprooted and moved a ways.
This is happening, and it is getting worse.