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Cold moisture continues to buoy snowpack in mountains near Steamboat

Tasha Getten uses an umbrella to shelter herself from the rain as she walks up 13th Street toward Colorado Mountain College on Tuesday morning.

Historic spring runoff

■ Yampa River at Steamboat Springs

Highest peak runoff: 6,820 cubic feet per second June 14, 1921

Lowest peak runoff: 1,080 cfs May, 15, 1970

Earliest peak runoff: 5,790 cfs April 26, 1974

Latest peak runoff: 5,260 cfs June 25, 1983

■ Yampa River at Maybell

Highest peak runoff: 25,100 cfs May 17, 1984

Lowest peak runoff: 3,620 cfs June 5, 1977

Earliest peak runoff: 6,900 cfs March 16, 1966

Latest peak runoff: 9,730 cfs June 19, 1949

Data unavailable for the Yampa River where it flows south of Craig.

Source: Colorado River Basin Forecast Center