Latest Forecast: Long Cold & Wet Stretch Of Weather AheadWe're in for a pretty long stretch of winter-like weather as we head into the last weekend of April.
Will I Get Rain Or Snow Tonight & Tomorrow In Denver?The answer depends on an imaginary line in the atmosphere that can sometimes move by the hour.
Forest Service: 2016 Wildfire Season Expected To Be Less SevereThe upcoming wildfire season across the U.S. isn't expected to be as bad as last year's infernos, when a record 15,800 square miles burned, the nation's top wildland firefighting official said Wednesday.
Winter Storm Watch & Warnings Issued As Another Cold, Wet April Storm Moves InLight rain or snow showers are possible as early as the Thursday morning rush hour in Denver and along the Front Range.
Frozen Lakes In High Country Extremely Dangerous This Time Of YearEven with the fresh snowfall the mountains saw on Tuesday the big thaw has already begun in the high country, and that means frozen lakes are probably not as stable as they look.
Colorado Researchers Seeking Hail Reports Via Social MediaResearchers want users of Twitter and Facebook to use #deephail when sending pictures and reports.
Colorado To Forecast 2016 Wildfire Season After 2 Mild YearsFirefighters said Tuesday they expect another average or below-average wildfire season in Colorado in 2016, the third mild year in a row.
Several Ski Resorts Close For The SeasonThere was a festive atmosphere over the weekend at several Colorado ski resorts, many of which are now closed for the season.
Grass Fire Forces 9 Homes To Evacuate In Colorado SpringsNine homes had to be evacuated in Colorado Springs because of a grass fire.
Lightning Strike Likely Caused House Fire In Estes ParkFirefighters in Estes Park were battling a house fire they say was started by a lightning strike Saturday afternoon.
Dry Soil To Absorb Some Snowmelt Heading to Colorado RiverStorms brought deep snow to the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River this winter and spring, but the dried-out landscape will soak up some of the runoff before it can reach the river and the 40 million people depending on it for water.
Dry Soil To Absorb Some Snowmelt Heading Into Colorado RiverStorms brought deep snow to the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River this season, but the dried-out landscape will soak up some of it before it can reach the river.