07/31/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Colorado Rivers Running Dangerously High Thanks To Unseasonably Warm Weather

Most of Colorado's rivers Sunday were flowing fast, deep and dangerously -- some at near record flows for the date -- as warm temperatures quickened the pace of the snowmelt.

Rivers were running at more than twice their historic mean, and the Eagle River below Gypsum and the Arkansas River near Parkdale were nearing records.

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