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Michael Muskal
Rain keeps coming in Colorado
Rain keeps coming in Colorado

BOULDER, Colo. — Weather-weary Coloradans faced another day of nature-driven mayhem Thursday as pelting rain and flash flooding wreaked havoc statewide, washing out roads, closing businesses, isolating mountain towns and causing at least three deaths. The fourth straight day of rain dumped more than 7 inches within hours Thursday morning, turning a state normally known for difficult winters into a late-summer nightmare. Swollen rivers, submerged cars and mudslides stranded residents on rooftops. The rustic communities of Lyons and Jamestown were cut off, with businesses flooding and residents keeping vigil inside their homes. The National Weather Service warned of an...

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