9.21.13 … Colorado’s Flood, a 1000-Year Storm, Is One For The History Books … What would Noah think?

kith/kin, floods, CU, Boulder Co, 1000-year Storm:  I remember a few years ago Atlanta had what was touted as 500 year flood.  My family is from Atlanta.  Now the CO flood is being touted as a 1000 year flood.  I have a child in Boulder at CU.  This seems amazing that in a very short span my family has experienced what are world class floods. It gives me a different perspective on Noah … It is interesting that emergency rescues are ceasing, just one week after the flooding.

CU closed after flooding displaces about 400+

via CU closed after flooding displaces about 400+ | KDVR.com.

Just how rare was the deluge in Colorado that resulted in the deaths of at least 10 people, hundreds unaccounted for, nearly $2 billion in property damage, the evacuation of more than 10,000 people that affected at least a 200 mile stretch of the state, north to south?

Very rare. So rare that the amount of rainfall is likely to occur less than once every 1,000 years.

via The 1,000 Year Storm: Colorado’s Flood Is One For The History Books.

Boulder Creek roils at high speed after days of record rain and flooding, at the base of Boulder Canyon on Friday

via Colorado inundated with floodwaters – in pictures | World news | theguardian.com.

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