KUSA - In the past week, parts of Colorado received more than 10 inches of rain. The Red Feather Lakes area got nearly 14 inches of rain in a week. With shocking numbers like that, it's no surprise the Colorado floods are still greatly affecting cities, towns and roads as of Saturday morning.
A woman killed in a flood has raised the total of those killed in Boulder County to three. The statewide death toll now stands at four for Colorado flooding.
The First Avenue Treatment Plant in the City of Evans is still out of service as of Saturday afternoon.
Estes Park agencies say they are focusing on "life safety priorities" during the floods. They add that long-term recovery plans are already underway.
A freakish river surge through the heart of Fort Collins jarred residents from daily routines Friday, wholly cutting off the city's north end.
Fort Morgan Police have begun evacuations of areas in the northeast corner of Fort Morgan as rising floodwaters from the South Platte River approach.
The South Platte receded some in southeast Greeley overnight in the Riverview Farms subdivision. Mandatory evacuation for this neighborhood still in effect.
Jefferson County officials say additional rain is expected throughout the weekend which could cause a flooding event.
Johnstown Police say flood waters in the town have begun to recede Saturday morning but some evacuations remain in effect.
One woman is missing and presumed dead according to emergency officials Saturday morning.
City of Loveland officials say dropping levels of the Big Thompson River in Loveland still leave vast portions of the city flooded and present new hazards as crews work to assess damage, reopen closed roadways, keep utility services intact and assist residents affected by the flooding.
The National Guard will continue evacuating residents in Lyons Saturday.
The towns of Goodrich, Orchard and Weldona are under an immediate evacuation order Saturday morning.
Whole neighborhoods in Greeley and Evans are underwater after days of flooding.
Highway closures continue in areas of Denver, portions of northern Colorado and points west of the Front Range Saturday due to flooding, and rock and mudslides.
HOW TO HELP
Visit www.helpcoloradonow.org to help those affected by the floods.
See the latest weather forecast here: http://on9news.tv/exHY9e.
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WHERE DOES THE WATER GO?
Bob Kimbrough with U.S. Geological Survey said all the flood water is pouring into the the St. Vrain Creek river basin, the Big Thompson river basin, and the Cache La Poudre river basin. All three rivers drain into the South Platte River, he said.
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