Stream levels above normal as rain continues

25th August, 2014 by

By melanie wong

EAGLE COUNTY — The state has seen it all in the past few years as far as moisture goes. The year 2010 brought historic flooding as snowmelt came gushing down out of the mountains. A few years later, in 2012-2013, the state experienced the climax of one of the worst droughts in Colorado history. This year, however, rainfall levels seem to be just about right. Some areas, such as Eagle County, are sitting at about average to above average rainfall. Other parts of Colorado are still considered to be in drought but less so than in previous years. For the …

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