True. Thanks for the link.From the weather channel:
It will take climate scientists many months to complete studies into whether man-made global warming made the Boulder flood more likely to occur, but the amount by which this event has exceeded past events suggests that man-made warming may have played some role by making the event worse than it otherwise would have been.
Considering that this flood event occurred in the backyard of some of the top climate researchers in the world, it is likely that this event will be closely researched. Boulder is home to several major weather and climate research institutions, including the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the Earth System Research Laboratory, both of which were forced to close due to flooding.
You saved me a search ;-)