Earlier today, we shared startling videos of Boulder-area flooding that's already taken one life and resulted in closures throughout the city -- and indeed, CU-Boulder has already closed the campus for tomorrow, too. You'll understand why after checking out the photo above and a slew below from the City of Boulder. They're followed by shots of another area that's sustained significant damage: Coal Creek Canyon in Jefferson County. Pics from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office will let you know why a big stretch of Highway 72 is closed at this writing. Check them all out below. Continue for more photos of flooding in Boulder, followed by images of flooding in Jeffco's Coal Creek Canyon. Continue for photos of flooding in Jeffco's Coal Creek Canyon. The following photos of flooding in Jefferson County's Coal Creek Canyon come courtesy of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. Continue for more photos of flooding in Jeffco's Coal Creek Canyon, plus a flood map of the area.
Note: This map, created by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, shows the impacted areas of Coal Creek Canyon.
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