Hurricane Irma Is Not A Cat. 6 Storm - There's No Such ThingA lot of fake Hurricane Irma forecasts are circulating around the internet.
Colorado Task Force 1 Deploys Crews To Texas Amid 'Unprecedented' FloodingColorado Task Force 1 has deployed several first responders to assist with the rescue and recovery efforts underway in Texas.
Storm Outbreak Largest In 30 Years For SE Wyoming, Western NebraskaThe National Weather Service in Cheyenne says that Monday's outbreak of severe thunderstorms was one of the most significant to hit their area since at least the 1980s.
It's A Real Important Time Keep Children Away From Rivers & StreamsWith the snow melting away rivers threaten to rise to dangerous levels in Northern Colorado.
Incoming Snowstorm Could Be Historic For SomeWhile May snow is common along the Front Range it's somewhat rare to be talking about such a large magnitude event after Mother's Day.
Meteorologist Warns Drivers To Be Careful During Monday's WindsWith high winds and low humidity expected Monday, a Red Flag Warning has been issued for areas across Colorado.
NASA Aims To Measure Vital Snow Data From SatellitesInstrument-laden aircraft are surveying the Colorado high country this month as scientists search for better ways to measure how much water is locked up in the world's mountain snows.
Snow & Wind Strand Unknown Number Of 'Off-Grid' ResidentsA snow emergency was declared Tuesday in Costilla County after an intense storm hit Monday night.
Lawmakers Concerned: Trump Freezes EPA Grants, Bars CommunicationSome Colorado lawmakers say they are deeply troubled by an order by President Donald Trump to censor several agencies' communication and freeze grant awards from the Environmental Protection Agency.
CAIC: 400 Avalanches Since The Beginning Of 2017More snow is expected in Colorado's mountains, but this time it's mostly forecast to stay toward the south.
High Winds Overturn Large Vehicles In Colorado Springs AreaHigh winds have overturned some large vehicles and damaged buildings in the Colorado Springs area while ice is making travel dangerous in western Colorado.
Bitter Cold Following Snow Shuts Down Some Northern Colorado SchoolsSome kids in northern Colorado are getting a long weekend because of the bitter cold that remained after the winter storm that swept across the state.