Military copters were flying over the house all day long, most likely related to the evacuation of Jamestown and Lyons residents.
Coal Creek spread out across the golf course, probably causing some severe erosion.
Even though the sun was coming out, they had to carry the umbrella.
It looks like the creek crested a few feet higher the night before
Trees toppled and cement sidewalks moved.
Coal Creek had been flowing across this entire field into an office park parking lot. Much of the Coal Creek path is completely destroyed it appeared from what I could tell.
The irrigation canal near our house. This normally only flows a few weeks out of the year in the Spring, but was certainly higher than I have ever seen it, maybe 6 feet deep, vs. the normal 3 feet. This would be the only minor threat to our neighborhood if it spilled over, but would still be relatively minor.
I guess we have a new neighbor, maybe came from the foothills seeking dryer hunting grounds?
This is the most severe damage in our neighborhood, just a few doors away.