Updates From Colorado's Weather Center

Latest Forecast: Denver Is Under A Winter Storm WarningAfter a sunny start to the day, rain came to Denver and changed over to snow. Snow continues into Saturday with chilly temperatures.
High Chance For A Few 'Forecast Surprises' With Incoming StormYou heard it first from CBS4 and Colorado's Weather Center.
I-70 Reopens After Semi Crash On Icy RoadsColorado State Troopers are investigating whether icy conditions played a role in a crash involving a jack-knifed semi, another semi and a vehicle.
Colorado Researchers To Embark On Large-Scale Wildfire Smoke StudyResearchers in Colorado are set to embark on the first large-scale study of how smoke from wildfires in the West impacts our environment.
Trail Ridge Road Plowing Has BegunRocky Mountain National Park has started plowing Trail Ridge Road.
Fuel Spills In One I-70 Crash, Semi Rolls Down Hill In AnotherIcy road conditions in Colorado's foothills are possibly to blame for two different serious semi crashes. All lanes of I-70 reopened several hours later.
Some High Plains Farmers Struggling After Fires, DroughtDeep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
Watch Weekend Forecast Closely If You've Fired Up The SprinklersThere's potential for a hard freeze Saturday night and Sunday morning.
Colorado Fire Crews Help With Wildfire Burning On Florida-Georgia LineA firefighting crew from the Denver metro area is joining the fight to help battle a wildfire burning along the Florida-Georgia line.
Spring Snow Common In Denver, Some Could Fall By SaturdayDenver recorded 3.5 inches of snow between April 29-30, 2016.
Three More Resorts Shut Down Lifts For 2017 Ski SeasonWith the Sunday's closures of Vail, Breckenridge, and Winter Park ski areas, only four resorts remain open in this 2017 winter ski season.
Solitary Mountain Man's Hobby Produces Cache Of Climate DataIn his boredom, Billy Barr found a calling. Measuring snow. Since 1974, he’s taken measurements twice a day, but it wasn’t just the snow depth and when it melted.

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