One rainy day in Colorado in 1998, the weather radar failed. Though the storm was mild overall—particularly in urban areas, where weather gauges were stationed—certain canyons got over nine inches of rain. Flash flooding followed, and lives were lost. 

From this event, a network of volunteer weather watchers called the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail . . .

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