Scientific American Says Boulder Is “Drought-Stricken”

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Major Flooding Inundates Drought-Stricken Colorado Cities

Major Flooding Inundates Drought-Stricken Colorado Cities | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network

Boulder had their snowiest and one of their coldest springs on record

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05/02/2013

Boulder’s wintry spring breaking all kinds of records Five feet of snow fell between early April and early May

Now we have to worry about avalanches, as well as spring flooding from a rapid runoff. Six experienced snowboarders were trapped in an avalanche on Loveland Pass on April 20. All the victims had avalanche beacons, but there was only one survivor.

Boulder’s wintry spring breaking all kinds of records – Boulder Daily Camera

This is what the emerald green drought in Boulder County currently looks like

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The Denver Post

Most of my kid’s soccer practices and several games were cancelled this spring due to endless cold and snow, which lasted for the entire spring season.

Scientific American should be…

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