El Nino

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Wettest May On Record Puts Major Dent In SE Colorado Drought

What a difference a year can make when it comes to drought.

3 hours ago

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El Niño To Continue Into Summer, Colorado Expert Warns

Forecasters say a strengthening El Niño will last through the summer and potentially beyond but what that means for Colorado isn’t clear.

11 hours ago

The South Platte running high on Sunday (credit: Barry Schaefer, Platte Valley Fire Chief )

Cold, Wet Storm To Bring Snow & Renewed Flooding Concerns This Week

An unusually cold storm system will move into the central Rockies by Monday night dropping snow levels down to about 8,000 feet.

05/17/2015

The scene in Genesee on Friday evening (credit: CBS)

New Snowpack Means Weekend Avalanche Worries Despite Nice Forecast

After two weeks of cold and snow, a mild extended forecast means there’ll likely be a big draw to Colorado’s high country this weekend.

03/06/2015

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NOAA Declares El Niño, But Spring Impacts To Colorado Uncertain

El Niño is a warming of sea surface temperatures in the western and central Pacific Ocean which can have an impact on global climate patterns.

03/05/2015

Construction at Arapahoe Basin (credit: CBS)

Ski Resorts Eager To Show Off New Additions, Improvements

With near record high temperatures on Wednesday, snow may be last thing on people’s minds, but the same can’t be said for everyone in Colorado.

09/03/2014

An image of Hurrican Isaac in New Orleans (credit: CBS)

Experts At CSU Predict Below-Average Atlantic Hurricane Season

A below-average hurricane season for the Atlantic basin has been predicted by researchers at Colorado State University.

04/10/2014

Beth Russell talks about La Nina with CBS4's Paul Day (credit: CBS)

Moisture Could Be Scarce This Winter On The Front Range

Colorado’s Front Range may not get many wet days this winter if the government’s weather forecasters are correct.

09/14/2011

Dr. William Gray

Why Are Hurricane Predictions Made In Colorado?

The establishment a new atmospheric science department at Colorado State University in Fort Collins more than 45 years ago was the move that eventually led to the school becoming a nationally respected forecast center for tropical storms and hurricanes. That’s when Dr. William Gray moved to the college as a graduate student.

09/05/2007

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