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Latest Forecast: Strong To Severe Storms Still Possible Into EveningStorms could turn severe this afternoon and evening in areas along and north of I-70 and east of I-25.
Many Mountain Roads, Campsites Still Closed For Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day Weekend kicks off the summer camping season in Colorado but officials with the U.S. Forest Service say that many National Forest System roads and campsites along the Front Range are still closed.
Feds Announce $10 Million For Wildfire Projects In Colorado, 11 Other StatesInterior Secretary Sally Jewell toured a wildfire rehabilitation effort in southwest Idaho that's part of the federal government's new wildfire strategy and then announced $10 million for projects in 12 states to reduce wildfire threats.
Aspen Mountain Will Offer Skiing On Memorial Day WeekendColorado's Aspen Mountain will open for skiing and snowboarding on Memorial Day weekend.
Mount Evans Set To Partially Re-Open On FridayRoad crews working on Mount Evans won't get the holiday weekend off.
Severe Thunderstorms Possible Tuesday AfternoonTuesday's elevated risk of severe weather could bring the strongest storms that we've seen in several weeks.
Crews Work To Clear Independence Pass Of Avalanche DangerCrews continue work to clear snow from Independence Pass and also prevent avalanches-- using bombs thrown from helicopters.
Colorado Lives Up To Hail Rep With Heart Of Storm Season AheadColorado is in area known as the 'hail capital' of the western world, which runs along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.
Flooding Closes Campground At Pawnee National GrasslandFlooding in the Pawnee National Grassland east of Greeley has forced a campground to close.
New Study Says Fear Of Severe Weather Is RealSome Americans report losing sleep or having feelings of helplessness due to severe weather.
Gov. Hickenlooper Signs Bill To Allow Rainwater CollectionGov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law on Thursday that allows for the collection of rainwater. The issue has been surprisingly controversial over the years as several attempts have failed in the state Legislature.
Crews Work To Clear Snow From Trail Ridge RoadFor the first time this season, plow operators working to re-open Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park have pushed west past Rock Cut, moving closer to their goal of reopening the highest portion of the 48-mile stretch by Memorial Day weekend.

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