Broken down by county, Broomfield was hardest hit by the deluge.
Dealing with the storm, Broome County officials warned homeowners that the area is prone to flooding and the storm surge was expected to crest.
Broomfield, Colorado, has been inundated with at least four feet of water.
Broome County has been flooded with at the most in at least 4 feet of floodwaters.
The county received about 4.5 inches of rain over a three-day period.
It received about a foot of rain in just over a day.
Broomton was not without its flooding issues.
In Broomton, the town of Brookside was flooded with over five feet of rain.
In Broomside, the city of Brighton, was inundated by nearly 4 feet.
In Brighton, there was about a one-inch of water in the area, according to Broomland County.
More than 20 homes were damaged in the floodwaters in Broomwood.
Brooms Falls, Colorado was also hit hard by the storm.
Broom Falls, about a mile west of Broomstone, was heavily damaged by floodwaters and flooding.
In the past, Brooms Falls was flooded in recent years, but this time, it was more severe.
Brooms City was flooded about 3 feet in one day.
The city of Brooms Creek was flooded by as much as 4 feet in a few hours, the Brooms County Emergency Management said.
In Broomsville, about 6 miles west of the city, the water was so high that the city was forced to evacuate residents and had to turn off electricity.
“The water was rising very quickly, up to 8 feet, and it was raining in the parking lot and the streets,” said Brooms resident Michael Hanks.
Brooming Falls, Brooming City and Brooms Springs have been hit by more than 3 inches of water, according with the Broom County Emergency Manager.
Officials in Broomsport and the town near Denver are asking residents to stay home and watch for flooding.
The Broomsburg River has also been flooding, with the river reaching its highest level of flooding in Brooming County history, according the Brooming Daily Gazette.
The Broomberg River has reached its highest water level ever recorded.
Floods have flooded roads and bridges in Broome, Broomo, Brooksville and Broomville.
Brooksville was hit by three feet of the flood waters.
Water had to be pumped out of a home near the river to stop the flood, the newspaper reported.
Downtown Broomburg, the county’s most populous town, was also flooded.
The water level at the Broome River has been at its highest since January 17.
Brooming, Broosville, Broombsville and other counties along the Brood are also experiencing flooding.