Thursday morning’s snow cause a few problems at Denver International Airport.
Despite starting off cold and snowy, the month missed it’s mark compared to history.
Strong winds on Monday were so strong they ripped the framework of two homes under construction right off their nails.
It’s a race against the calendar and nature as residents and engineers work to protect towns in Northern Colorado against spring flooding.
Winds are a major concern along the Front Range Monday, including for firefighters in south Douglas County.
Windy conditions and a fresh blanket of snow are creating unstable conditions which could mean more avalanches.
This week’s fresh powder is great for skiers and boarders who want to enjoy spring skiing in Colorado’s mountains but it’s concerning for those who monitor avalanche conditions.
Potholes are a big problem for drivers and street repair crews in Loveland this spring, even bigger than previous years.
Snowpack in some of Colorado’s high country is the highest seen in decades.
The snowpack atop mountain peaks in California and Colorado has a new set of eyes watching from high above to better gauge the amount of water that will rumble down rivers and streams each spring as runoff.