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Crews At Peterson AFB Get Aircraft Ready For Wildfire SeasonWith all the snow most of Coloradans aren't thinking about fire danger, but the people who work to protect Coloradans are preparing for wildfire season.
Latest Forecast: Two Systems Keep It Soggy For The First Of MayMore Soggy And Snowy Stuff Heading Into May.
Denver Hits A 'Snowy Mark' Only Seen Twice In Last 30 YearsMother Nature has delivered on the forecast for a snowy season in parts of Colorado due to an El NiƱo weather pattern.
Denver Water Restrictions Go Into Effect SundayDespite the snow and rain falling across Colorado and collecting in puddles, thousands of people will be under water restrictions starting Sunday.
De-Icer Crashes Into United Airlines Plane At DIAA de-icer crashed into a United Airlines plane at Denver International Airport on Friday.
Snow, Rain Cause Flight Delays, Cancellations At DIADozens of flights have been canceled at Denver International Airport because of rain and snow that began falling Friday morning.
Soggy Storm Pushes Denver Precip Above Normal For 7th Month In A RowDenver International Airport reported 0.14 inches of new precipitation between midnight and 6 a.m. on Friday.
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.

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