NOAA Says El Niño Going Strong As Parade Of Storms Is Set To Hit ColoradoThat trend is expected to continue into the months ahead as El Niño gradually weakens.
Next Week's Snowstorm Could Require A SnowplowCurrent forecast models all show a storm entering the region but they vary in their details of how long it will last and how much snow will fall.
CBS4's Fall Color 4Cast: Viewing Should Be Good This Year, But May Be Short-LivedIt's a Colorado icon during late summer and early fall and thousands upon thousands flock to the high country for a view.
NOAA Says Wet Weather May Return To Colorado In AugustIt's all thanks to an El Niño that developed in early March.
Record Rain Wipes Out Drought, Rewrites 121-Year Climate Record In Colorado SpringsOne year ago the region was gripped by a multi-year drought that created conditions similar to those of the Dust Bowl in the 1930s.
El Niño To Continue Into Summer, Colorado Expert WarnsForecasters say a strengthening El Niño will last through the summer and potentially beyond but what that means for Colorado isn't clear.
Snowpack Lowest In Colorado Since Deadly 2012 Wildfire SeasonWhile there is still time for snow to accumulate in the mountains, the window of opportunity is closing fast.
Spring Arrives With A Wet Outlook For ColoradoThe northern hemisphere will officially welcome the new season at 4:45 p.m. MDT on Friday, Mar. 20.
NOAA Declares El Niño, But Spring Impacts To Colorado UncertainEl Niño is a warming of sea surface temperatures in the western and central Pacific Ocean which can have an impact on global climate patterns.
Cool, Wet Weather Could Continue Into AugustThe latest outlook from the Climate Prediction Center indicates the monsoon might stick around well into the month ahead.
Heat Relief Could Be On The Way To Parts Of ColoradoThe latest extended outlook shows Colorado on the edge of below normal weather as we head into the month of August.
Skiing Gets Going This Week At Wolf Creek, Winter Park, EldoraSki resorts have been welcoming snow after going through a drier-than-normal season in much of the state last winter.