We've had unusually abundant precipitation this winter. The mountains have lots of snowpack, and the water managers are releasing as much as they can, to make room for the snow that's still melting. (Anybody who's lived in these parts for any length of time realizes that this is NOT unprecedented. Some years are below average... others are above average. But some of the newcomers who live in fancy McMansions in the river bottoms are probably a little nervous.)
There are sections of Greenbelt that are under water. Par for the course.
Below are a few photos I've snapped over the last month or so.