Flash flooding in Colorado's Boulder County has left one person dead and widespread flooding is keeping search and rescue teams from reaching stranded residents and motorists in Boulder and nearby mountain communities as heavy rains hammered northern Colorado on Thursday.
Several homes were severely damaged during a flash flood on Casper’s east side on Monday.
Stew Anderson, the emergency manager for Natrona County, says the flood caused the heaviest damage just below the Sheepherder Hill Fire’s burn scar near Hat Six Road in the Hat Six Ranch area...
Folks around Casper have been hearing the outdoor warning sirens more than they have in years past. The Natrona County Emergency Management Office wants to remind citizens that the sirens are not only used for tornadoes, but for other severe weather or disasters as well.