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Past Flood Events | 2013


Photo of Fourmile Creek at Orodell, CO (06727500) on September 12, 2013

September flood events

Heavy mid-September rains brought major flooding to parts of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.


NWS 7-day Precipitation map for May 27 to June 3, 2013

May-June Flood Events

Late May and early June brought additional flooding to Iowa, Missouri Illinois, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.


NWS 7-day Precipitation map for April 14 to April 21, 2013

April-May Flood Events

Heavy rainfall (locally as much at 8 inches in some locations) fell across parts of Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Indiana in mid-April, resulting in major flooding on several rivers. Late snow-melt in the northern midwest added to the flooding in late April and early May.


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