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USGS Flood Information

Past Flood Events | 2013 | September Southwest Floods

Unusual end-of-summer rains produced flooding in the Southwest United States, including devastating floods in the Colorado Front Range and major floods in central New Mexico.

New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah Flood Info

Major flooding occurred in the Upper Gila River and Paria River Basins in Arizona, Utah, and new Mexico, beginning on September 9th, resulting in road closures and damage to homes. Click the images below to view flooding along the Rio Puerco river.

USGS photos of the Rio Puerco River during September floods. USGS photos of the Rio Puerco River during September floods. USGS photos of the Rio Puerco River during September floods.

Summary Information For 2013 Floods

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