Afternoon Storms For Memorial DayWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
No Tubing On The St. Vrain River This Holiday WeekendIf you were planning on tubing this holiday weekend, cross the St. Vrain River off your list.
Mobile Weather Lab Tracks Weekend StormsCBS4 Meteorologist Chris Spears follows the inclement weather.
Deep Mountain Snow Means High Runoff Expected In JuneThe forecast for potential flooding will depend on any future rain or snowfall as well as temperatures.
Wet Spring Temporarily Ends Drought In ColoradoAbnormally dry conditions are still being experienced in the central mountains and on the western slope.
Latest Forecast: Watching For Scattered Afternoon StormsBy no means will today's forecast be a washout but you may have to briefly move the BBQ inside.
Independence Pass Opens In Time For Memorial Day Weekend DriversThe Colorado Department of Transportation opened Colorado 82 over Independence Pass on Thursday afternoon.
WATCH: Small Tornado Touches Down On Eastern PlainsOne of the first tornadoes in Colorado this year touched down on Thursday afternoon on the Eastern Plains.
When Will Trail Ridge Road Open? Anybody's Guess, Campgrounds CloseWhat a difference a week makes. Last week at this time, Trail Ridge Road was clear and crews had nearly completed digging out. Now, not so much.
Long Repair Wait For Cars Damaged In Record-Breaking Hail StormThe devastating hail storm that hit the Front Range almost two weeks ago is on pace to be the most expensive in state history.
A-Basin, Aspen Extend Ski SeasonThanks to continued snowfall in the mountains, skiers and boarders will get more chances to hit the slopes in Colorado.
May 8 Hail Storm Breaks Records At $1.4 Billion In DamageThe hail storm that hit Colorado on May 8 is on track to be the most expensive in the history of the state.
Rain, Snow Cause Flooding In Already Saturated NeighborhoodsAll the recent rain and snow has created a headache for many homeowners. With the ground saturated, water is flooding basements across the Front Range.
It's A Real Important Time Keep Children Away From Rivers & StreamsWith the snow melting away rivers threaten to rise to dangerous levels in Northern Colorado.
Snowstorm Causes Downed Trees, Power OutagesHundreds of residents in Estes Park continued to be without power and internet after a late spring snowstorm moved through Colorado.