Weather Visit: Aguilera Visits Stone Mountain ElementaryCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Aguilera visited the school in Highlands Ranch.
Latest Forecast: Mild Sunday And Monday Before Next SnowMore heavy snow for the Colorado mountains and a slightly cooler day in Denver.
Finding Places To Store Snow A Challenge In Crested ButteA lot of snow in winter in Crested Butte isn't really that big of a story, but the extraordinarily large amount they've gotten over the past few weeks is surely front page news.
2016 Ends As 5th Warmest In Colorado, But Warmest On Record For EarthOnly 1934, 1954, 2012 and 2015 have been warmer.
New Series Of Snowstorms Getting Set To Hit Colorado's High CountryThe snow will fall on top of near historic snowfall that hit the region in early January.
Weather Will Become More Extreme By End Of Century, Study FindsA study finds that the world will lose, on average, 10 "mild" days a year by the end of the century.
Rescuer Swept Away By Avalanche: 'I Didn't Expect To Survive'A rescuer looking for two missing people survived after he was caught in an avalanche while on the mission.
Ice & Cold Water Rescues Require A Unique Set Of SkillsThis is the time of year when firefighters get calls to rescue both people and pets after falling through the ice on lakes and ponds. In the past week there have been several rescues of dogs that fell through.
Buses Get Stuck On Slick RoadsSlick conditions caused problems for drivers across the Denver metro area Monday morning.
Colorado Has Nearly 75% Of Annual Snowpack And It's Only JanuaryMore snow is in the forecast later this week for the mountains as another unsettled weather pattern takes shape.
Truck Driver Shares Video Of Fellow Drivers Not Using ChainsA truck driver posted video on YouTube after a white-knuckle drive through Vail Pass showing semi drivers getting stuck. He comments that they aren't using chains.
There's Just 'Snow'where To Put It All, And It's Only JanuaryMore snow is predicted for Colorado's central mountains this weekend as towns are still trying to get a handle on all the snow they got from the last storm.
CAIC: 400 Avalanches Since The Beginning Of 2017More snow is expected in Colorado's mountains, but this time it's mostly forecast to stay toward the south.