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.
Snow Outlook Grim For First Half Of NovemberAn abnormally warm October has a few Colorado ski resorts pushing opening dates back and hoping for a change in the weather.
Air Support Helps Crews Get Upper Hand On WildfireAir support helped crews contain a grass fire near Highlands Ranch that threatened nearly 600 homes on Friday afternoon.
Evacuations Lifted As Firefighters Gain Control Of Fire Near Highlands RanchA grass fire that broke out in Douglas County early Friday afternoon forced some from their homes and closed a highway. All evacuations were lifted by 5 p.m. after fire crews gained the upper hand on the fire.
Water Storage 'In Good Shape' As La Niña Watch Reissued For Uncertain WinterThere's a 70 percent chance of the climate phenomena developing during the upcoming winter.
Indian Summer Could Cause 54-Year-Old Record To Fall In DenverHopefully you haven't pack up the shirts and flip flops
Drought Gradually Expanding Along Colorado's Front RangeAfter several months with above normal precipitation conditions have dried out significantly along Colorado's Front Range.
Potential Drought Developing In Area With Heavy Beetle KillIt's a sign of just how fast things can change after a snowy winter season.
U.S. Giving $48 Million To Help West Deal With DroughtThe Obama administration is announcing $48 million in grants to help farmers and others in the West conserve water and energy amid drought and climate change.
Colorado Blizzard Misses Southeast Plains Where Moderate Drought Now DeclaredWhile parts of Colorado were buried under heavy snow residents nearby looked to the sky hoping a little snow would fall.
Obama Seeks More Coordination On Dealing With DroughtPresident Barack Obama on Monday directed the federal government to come up with a less reactionary and more long-term strategy for dealing with drought.
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.

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