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Upcoming In-Person Training Sessions
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View the CoCoRaHS YouTube training animations by clicking here: Training Animations
and our training slideshows by clicking here: Training Slideshows

2013 Colorado Front Range Flood

For information on the historic Colorado flood event in September of 2013, check out
the Colorado Climate Center's page at: 2013 FLOOD

 Colorado CoCoRaHS Newsletter

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From the urban communities of Denver to the farms of Baca County, from the four corners near Cortez to the high peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park, the CoCoRaHS Network currently engages over 1,400 volunteers to measure rain, hail and snow throughout the state.

The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) was founded in 1998 in northern Colorado. A huge flash flood, resulting from a highly localized intense rain storm that dropped over 14 inches of rain over a few neighborhoods in Fort Collins, Colorado, helped point out the role that volunteers can play to report weather events, track rainfall patterns, help scientists, and monitor water resources.

We need hundreds of more observers in Colorado . . . right in your community!  If you would like to join the network and help measure precipitation in your own backyard, please click here: Join CoCoRaHS

Click here to view the Colorado CoCoRaHS Coordinators in your region

Find out more about the climate of Colorado from our 'State Climates' series: COLORADO

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For additional information on the climate of Colorado click here: