Recent Storms Help Ease Drought In Eastern ColoradoThere's good news to report with regard to Colorado's drought.
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.
Colorado Snow Totals: Storm Drops 18 Inches In LarkspurPrecipitation in the Denver metro area has finished as an overnight snowstorm has moved out. All advisories for the Denver area have been canceled.
Colorado Records Astounding 1,135 Record High Temps In 60 DaysIt's been an abnormally warm fall season in Colorado thus far, especially at night.
Fire Danger High As Drought Creeps Deeper Into FoothillsOver 2 million people in Colorado are now living in moderate drought.
'Atmospheric River' To Drive Wind, Fire Danger Up In ColoradoResidents of Washington, Oregon and northern California are bracing for a series of storms.
Nearly 1 Million Along Colorado's Front Range In DroughtA weekly drought report released on Thursday contained bad news for parts of the Denver metro area.
Fall Storm Won't Help Expanding Front Range DroughtThe latest report from the U.S. Drought Monitor shows bad news for parts of Colorado.
Moderate Drought Declared Between Denver & Ft. CollinsThe dry conditions have sparked numerous grass fires in recent days.
Early Drought Expanding In Colorado's Northern Front RangeAn extremely dry June and a stretch of hot weather have caused conditions to rapidly change after a fairly wet winter and spring.
Late April Storm Good News For Southern ColoradoLast week's storm may have been miserable for weekend plans but it was perfect for farmers and ranchers in southern Colorado.
Nearly 30,000 Now Affected As Drought Creeps Back Into ColoradoAs of April 7 the U.S. Drought Monitor says that 7.36% of the state is in a moderate drought.