It’s hard to believe that severe weather season is literally around the corner, especially since it was just in the teens and low 20s with snow!
The first in a series of four total lunar eclipses will occur overnight, and it looks like our weekend storm will be far enough east to give Colorado clear skies and a great view.
Dozens of snow plows are on standby at Denver Public Works ready to tackle the snowy roads.
An avalanche occurred on Berthoud Pass near the Mary Jane Ski Area Friday afternoon.
The fire risk in Colorado is getting higher on the Eastern Plains while a cold front is dampening that risk in some parts of the state brining cooler temperatures, slightly higher humidity and weaker winds.
A below-average hurricane season for the Atlantic basin has been predicted by researchers at Colorado State University.
The search for two missing hikers has been suspended after no one has heard from the father and son for more than a week.
Find out how these clouds form and what they can do to a forecast.
Two years after seeing a historic low, Vail Valley businesses are celebrating a good snow year.
Dozens of families gathered to fly a kite for the 12th annual Arvada Kite Festival and the windy conditions made for a great day.