Colorado’s snowpack continues to lag but the state is still benefiting from a wet 2011.
While there’s been enough snow for several Colorado resorts to open this fall, forecasters say skiers shouldn’t expect another record winter.
The ski season is under way in the high country and with it comes a warning for skiers to be careful, especially in the backcountry.
Colorado’s Front Range may not get many wet days this winter if the government’s weather forecasters are correct.
It looks like La Nina may be back in the picture for the winter season, CBS4 meteorologist Dave Aguilera writes.
The National Interagency Fire Center said a strong La Nina weather pattern will mean a higher wildfire risk this summer in certain states.
Aspen Highlands, Copper Mountain, Winter Park, Vail and Breckenridge are closing for the season Sunday after getting fresh snow this weekend.
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.