The new normal

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The new normal

We can expect more frequent, more extreme weather-related problems
In this aerial photo, a home is pulled into the fast currents of the flooded South Platte River off of U.S 34 between Greeley and Kersey on Sept. 16.
Vehicles in a lot are submerged in floodwaters Sept. 16 in Greeley.
A home is destroyed in Salina on Sept. 17, in the Fourmile Canyon area of Boulder County.
Victims of devastating floods in early September retrieve belongings outside a home near the East Platte River east of Greeley on Sept. 17. The area’s broad agricultural flatlands were especially hard hit by the high water.
Bob Thompson

The new normal

In this aerial photo, a home is pulled into the fast currents of the flooded South Platte River off of U.S 34 between Greeley and Kersey on Sept. 16.
Vehicles in a lot are submerged in floodwaters Sept. 16 in Greeley.
A home is destroyed in Salina on Sept. 17, in the Fourmile Canyon area of Boulder County.
Victims of devastating floods in early September retrieve belongings outside a home near the East Platte River east of Greeley on Sept. 17. The area’s broad agricultural flatlands were especially hard hit by the high water.
Bob Thompson
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