The Front Range is a week into spring and trees are starting to sprout new leaves, but some of them are still feeling the effects of an early winter. And with wildfire season around the corner, it could create problems.
Flood and wildfire awareness week continues across Colorado with today’s message taking a closer look at flood events that last anywhere from several hours to several days.
More snow was in the forecast Monday for parts of the Rockies and Southwest Colorado after a storm brought heavy snow over the weekend, a welcome dose of moisture after a month of fairly dry weather.
Some people on the north side of metro Denver woke up Saturday morning to quite the surprise.
All eyes remain on the approaching winter storm that will have an impact on Colorado this weekend.
A snowstorm moving into Colorado could bring up to three inches of snow for the Front Range on Presidents Day and some much needed snow to central Colorado ski areas.
February is much like January in that blasts of cold, snow and wind tend to dominate the record books. But occasionally, you run across a few other weather phenomena.
An unusual weather event hit Denver and the Front Range Thursday night turning roads, sidewalks and decks into a sheet of ice.
Crew raced along the Front Range on Tuesday to patch damaging and dangerous potholes that materialized during recent freeze-and-thaw cycles.
Snow plow crews have been out in full force across the Front Range all day Monday.