National Weather Service
Snowfall from the latest storm to hit Colorado’s mountains has already surpassed 4 feet around Wolf Creek Pass.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for Wolf Creek Pass as Pacific moisture brings heavy snow and strong winds to the Continental Divide through Monday.
The National Weather Service says a winter storm bearing down on central and southern Colorado could bring up to four feet of snow to some areas.
A southeast Wyoming couple says a 2012 wildfire touched off by Colorado Army National Guard troops training in the state caused more than $6 million worth of damage to their ranch.
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.
A Presidents Day storm dropped more than a foot of snow on parts of the Colorado mountains Monday and left some roads in Denver and Colorado Springs glazed with ice for the morning commute.
An unusual weather event hit Denver and the Front Range Thursday night turning roads, sidewalks and decks into a sheet of ice.
Strong winds are warming up parts of Colorado but also creating travel problems.
Blowing and drifting snow is moving across the northeast Colorado plains and causing a lot of problems for drivers, and multiple crashes on U.S. 285, including a fatality, have closed down the highway.
Wind chills down to around 50 below zero are still possible in Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska through Wednesday morning before bitter cold arctic air moves out.