Forecasters say a strengthening El Niño will last through the summer and potentially beyond but what that means for Colorado isn’t clear.
Colorado officials are updating the outlook for spring and summer water supplies as the mountain snowpack falls behind normal and wildfire danger increases.
Record cold temperatures for a week stretch makes this arctic blast historic for Colorado, but scientists say it’s too early to tell how the entire winter forecast will shape up.
It’s ironic and convenient they are located in Boulder where the flood did some of its worst damage. They are analyzing all the data to determine whether this is truly the 100-year flood or brought on by climate change.
While there’s been enough snow for several Colorado resorts to open this fall, forecasters say skiers shouldn’t expect another record winter.