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In what some observers described as “epic flooding” and others termed “a 1,000-year flood,” northern Colorado was hit in September with record rainfall that swamped Boulder County and surrounding counties. The record weather event also prompted oil and gas producers to leap into action, to protect drilling and production sites, and limit damage from roaring floods. The term, “1,000-year,” actually refers to the fact that a rainfall event only has a 0.1% chance of occurring in any given year.

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