Too much rain for me to bicycle!!
But, I've GOT to get out of the house and into nature. So, I am going to walk in the rain down to the creek (1/2 mile away) and see how high it is running. Fortunately, we have not had the amount of rain they have had in Boulder County and Aurora (which is only about 10 miles NNE of us - 11+ inches so far). Also, we are above the 500 year flood plain, but houses just 1/2 mile to the east are at the 100 year flood plain mark - and I think that the area to the north is having a 100 year flood.
So, the wife and I are safe and dry.
That Lefthand Canyon area with the extremely flooding creek is where the bicycler was critically injured last week. I have bicycled that road.
Listening to the scanner last night on radioreference.com I heard several needed rescues where rescuers simply could not get to those needing rescue due to all roads being cut off and bridges washed out and the like. This is extremely difficult terrain, generally with only one road in/out.
Longmont is totally cut in half as all the bridges over the St Vrain River are gone or impassable. They also can not get to the Interstate (which is closed, anyway).
Wel, it is raining pretty hard out, and I am going to get my "wet clothes" on with an umbrella and go exploring!!