Avalanche Danger

Avalanche Experts Urge 'Know Before You Go' About Dangerous ConditionsThere's a new education effort underway to keep people safe during avalanches and its designed not only for backcountry skiers and boarders but everyone who lives or travels to Colorado's high country.
Avalanche Season Already Underway In NovemberIt may be hard to believe but avalanche season is here thanks to the healthy dose of recent snow. The Colorado Department of Transportation has a new weapon in their arsenal to keep the roads clear.
U.S. 6 Over Loveland Pass Closed Due To Avalanche DangerU.S. 6 over Loveland Pass has been closed due to avalanche danger, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Avalanche Victim Went Over Waterfall, Danger Remains Very HighAvalanche danger is a real concern in the high country, especially with the warming temperatures.
Forecasters: Storm To Increase Avalanche Danger In MountainsForecasters say a strong storm that is expected to dump more than 2 feet of snow in parts of Colorado's mountains on Thursday and Friday will increase the danger of avalanches.
New Snowpack Means Weekend Avalanche Worries Despite Nice ForecastAfter two weeks of cold and snow, a mild extended forecast means there'll likely be a big draw to Colorado's high country this weekend.
CBS4 Weather Watchers Measure 2-5 Inches From Most Recent SnowThe most recent round on wintry weather wraps up today after leaving a large blanket of fresh snow across much of Colorado.
Avalanche Danger Is Considerably High And Expected To RiseThe snow has been off-and-on in the high country since Saturday and more is expected there over the next few days. But it's exactly what snowmobilers want to see.
Snow Raises Avalanche Danger In Southwest ColoradoWhile the snow tapered off in eastern Colorado on Monday, heavy snow continued to fall in southwestern Colorado.
Winter Storm Heightens Avalanche DangerNew snow has increased avalanche danger in parts of the high country.
New Snow Will Increase The Already Moderate Avalanche DangerThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center shows nearly all of Colorado's high country is ripe for an avalanche and forecasters have their eyes on how the new snow is going to change things.
Crews Better Suited For 'Avalauncher' After Last Year's AccidentCrews working on the Colorado Department of Transportation's avalanche mitigation team are preparing to ramp up their workload as more snow falls in Colorado's mountains.
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