Enjoying the water … while it lasts
June 14, 2018
Glenwood Springs residents and buddies Zach Johnson and Ian Lohman hang out on wakeboards at the Glenwood Whitewater Park on a hot Wednesday afternoon.
The Colorado River below the Roaring Fork River confluence dipped below 4,000 cubic feet per second this week, well below the historical mean of around 10,000 cfs for this week of June. The river, in this extremely low spring runoff season, peaked at less than 7,000 cfs back in mid-May.
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