Roaring Fork Valley Prepares for Possible Floods

· Apr. 5, 2010, 4:00 pm

The Roaring Fork Valley is bracing for runoff and potential flooding - after regional snowpack reached its highest levels in more than 20 years. Dan Meyers speaks with Pitkin County Emergency Management Coordinator Ellen Anderson about their plans for possible flooding. He also speaks with White River National Forest Hydrologist Mark Weinhold - about what all the runoff could mean for the forest. Part of an ongoing series on this year's snowpack. Listen to other snowpack stories.

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