Fall Arrives With Cooler Temps, Rain, Even Some SnowIt will officially be fall just after 8 a.m. Mountain Time on Thursday and the new season will arrive with a pretty drastic change brewing in the weather.
Trail Ridge Road Opens For Season But Night Closures In PlaceThe highest continuously paved road in the country is now open to vehicle traffic.
Sunny Friday, Then More April Showers PossibleClouds will be minimal through Friday, although the active weather returns by Saturday afternoon.
Weekend Storm Improves Vital Colorado SnowpackA weekend storm that dropped up to 4 feet of snow in the central Colorado mountains improved the snowpack in most of Colorado's major river basins.
Hundreds Of Flights Out Of DIA CanceledAirlines at Denver International Airport canceled about 840 flights Saturday.
Spring Snowstorm Postpones 4/20 Marijuana RallyOrganizers of a marijuana rally in Denver have canceled their scheduled festival to mark the April 20 pot holiday because of a spring snowstorm that hit the Rocky Mountains.
Warmer Temperatures Means Thinning, Dangerous Metro IceIt's hard to believe that Denver spent two February days in a row in the 60s.
Mountain Snows That Feed Colorado River Look Good So FarSnowpack in the mountains that feeds the Colorado River is slightly above the long-term average this winter — welcome news in the drought-stricken Southwest.
Snowy Tuesday Commute, Heavy In The High CountryWe cracked the 50 degree mark downtown but may not do it again until the end of this week.
Long Thin Cloud Over Front Range Is Called The 'Mountain Wave'We hit 54 degrees downtown on Tuesday, and Denver's temperatures continue their upward trend through the middle of this week.
Researchers: Small Glacier West Of Boulder Could Melt In 20 YearsA small glacier in the mountains west of Boulder could disappear in about 20 years because of regional climate warming and drought.
Hiker Missing Since Friday Uses Mirror To Signal Search PlanesA hiker missing since Friday has been found thanks to a mirror he used to signal search planes.