The calendar says it’s spring, but it’s still snowing in parts of the Colorado mountains.
Despite recent snowstorms in the high country, officials say they are on track to open Mount Evans and Trail Ridge roads for the busy Memorial Day Weekend.
Colorado’s snowpack is getting closer to normal after an unseasonably cool and wet April.
May is the month known for springtime rains along the Front Range. On average the month can come through with 2.12 inches of precipitation. Making it the wettest month on average for Denver. Followed up by July, April and August.
People who live in Boulder won’t be subject to watering restrictions thanks to recent snowstorms.
There were no major injuries in a pileup on the flyover at Interstate 225 and Interstate 70 in Aurora Wednesday night, but the icy roads led to plenty of vehicle damage.
Two people wound up in the hospital after an overnight car crash in the southwest Denver metro area in which alcohol and icy roads were blamed as factors.
After starting the month of April worried about high fire danger and the lack of winter moisture the month of April came through like gangbusters with moisture-packed snowstorms every week, CBS4 meteorologist Dave Aguilera writes.
People in parts of Colorado and Wyoming pulled puffy jackets, hats and umbrellas out of the closet again Wednesday for another round of wet spring snow.
Wednesday’s return of winter weather has cancelled more than 40 flights at Denver International Airport.
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