#Runoff news: Cache la Poudre streamflow = 2,310 cfs yesterday

Cache la Poudre River
Cache la Poudre River

From the Fort Collins Coloradoan:

The more than an inch of rain that fell over the last 24 hours in parts of Fort Collins has helped push the Poudre River to its highest flow of the season.

At 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, the Poudre was flowing at 2,310 cubic feet per second in Fort Collins, which is about five times the average flow on this date. The flow was slightly higher overnight.

Fort Collins is expected to pick up additional rain, but 9News is forecasting less than .10 of an inch of additional rain [May 18].

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