FEMA Hazards Loss Modeling Task Force (MOTF) Situation Report #14: Colorado Spring Flood Risk, Final Report   [open pdf - 1MB]

"This is the final FEMA Hazards Loss Modeling Task Force situational report on the Colorado spring flooding. The report provides an assessment of the current situation, as well as impact assessments and evaluations of major changes since the prior report. It also looks at weather projections to provide information on pending risks and provides additional details regarding ongoing coordination between state entities and federal agencies. Highlights of the report include: Most of the mountain snowpack influencing Front Range stream flows has melted off with the exception of a few areas, with snow-water equivalent in the South Platte Basin averaging less than one inch remaining to melt. Some rainfall is possible through the weekend with near average temperatures. Most mountain snowpack has melted off, though some sites will continue melting and slightly influencing river stages · Seasonal snowmelt flood risk is diminishing. Weather conditions are near seasonal normal."

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