Homeless shelters across the metro area have been working overtime to accommodate those who are less fortunate during Denver’s cold spell, and they’re reporting no signs of slowing down.
Most February weather events involve cold, wind or snow. But occasionally you run across interesting comments and detailed accounts left by previous weather observers.
A ferocious windstorm hit the Boulder area just after midnight on Jan. 17, 1982.
Chilly temperatures remain after a snowstorm brought sub-freezing temperatures and several bad traffic accidents over the weekend.
The extreme cold makes it extremely difficult to fight fires, and after several fires broke out in the metro area on Tuesday, firefighters had to take extra precautions.
Farmers and ranchers across the Front Range have been prepping for the coming stretch of freezing weather as they have to work a little harder to keep their animals safe in the bitter cold temperatures.
Snow plow crews have been out in full force across the Front Range all day Monday.
A lot of people were out and about in Sunday’s cold weather, and as they prepare for a sub-zero drop on Tuesday, doctors are putting out a warning.
As temperatures start to drop Denver homeless shelters are trying to make sure nobody is left out in the cold.
School districts across the Denver metro area plan ahead to ensure their school buses are running on time during bitter cold mornings so students don’t have to wait outside for too long.