Heavy rainfall heading once more for flooded Colorado

Updated 9:22 PM EDT, Fri September 13, 2013

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NEW: Some residents may be stranded well after storms end because of washed-out roads

NEW: Woman rescued with baby by National Guard: "Felt like God came down and saved us"

Four deaths confirmed in Colorado; 80 "unaccounted for" in Boulder County alone

"Very heavy rainfall" likely for flooded areas, Colorado officials say

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Clear skies allowed for more evacuations and rescues in flood-devastated Colorado on Friday, but the forecast through Sunday called for more heavy rain.

Even after the last of the storms, authorities can’t say how long it will take to reach residents who will remain isolated by devastated roads.

The confirmed death toll reached four when Boulder County officials recovered the body of a woman who had been swept away after getting out of her vehicle Thursday, Sheriff Joe Pelle said. Authorities already had recovered the body of a man who left the same car and tried to save the woman.

One other death had been reported in Boulder County and one occurred in El Paso County.

President Barack Obama declared an emergency for Boulder, Larimer and El Paso counties, FEMA announced Friday. The declaration allowed FEMA to bring in four rescue teams, the largest ever deployment in Colorado, officials said.