Drought Gradually Expanding Along Colorado's Front RangeAfter several months with above normal precipitation conditions have dried out significantly along Colorado's Front Range.
The Negative Effects Of Wind, El Niño Losing Its Grip Top wind speeds around the area included a 97 mph gust near Estes Park, with 50–60 mph gusts for most of the metro area.
Some Denver Meteorologists & Snow Lovers Had Their Patience Tested Monday By Mother NatureMonday morning was either a sigh of relief for haters or a huge disappointment for snow lovers along Colorado's Front Range.
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.
Voters Across Colorado Back Local Broadband EffortsFrustrated by slow or expensive Internet connections, voters in cities, towns and counties across Colorado backed allowing their local governments to get involved in the broadband business in Tuesday's election.
First Snow Of The Season Visible Along The Front RangeColoradans awoke to dusted peaks and snow-capped mountains along the Front Range on Wednesday for the first time this season.
Postal Service Hiring 900 People Along Front Range For Holiday SeasonThe U.S. Post Office is hiring 900 people along the Front Range for the holiday season. More than half those jobs have the potential to become careers or full-time positions. UPS is also hiring more than 1,000 positions across the state.
Colorado Firefighters Help Out Other States, 'Focus On Home'Firefighters in Colorado have sent hundreds of their own to help crews in other states as they battle wildfires. Those who have returned home aren't sure that our fire season is close to being snuffed out.
Fungal Disease To Dull Some Colorado Fall Foliage This YearForestry experts say trees in parts of Colorado won't be as vivid this fall as the leaves change due to two fungal leaf diseases.
All Eyes On El Niño After Front Range Weather Station Records 30" Of Precip Since Jan. 1With a strengthening El Niño expected for the upcoming fall and winter its almost certain that more rain and snow will fall.
High Country Snowmelt = Increased Spring RunoffAll the spring snow that fell in the high country last month has started to melt which is causing a lot of runoff along the Front Range.