Is 300 Days Of Sunshine In Colorado A Fact Or Just Good Marketing?It's long been said that Colorado receives 300 days of sunshine each year.
Colorado Reviews Water, Fire Outlook As Snow Falls BehindColorado officials are updating the outlook for spring and summer water supplies as the mountain snowpack falls behind normal and wildfire danger increases.
Colorado Floods Set 24-Hour Rainfall Record: 11.85 Inches Colorado is poised to get a new rainfall record because of September's flooding.
Tropical Air Meets Mountains, And Colorado SuffersExcept for the Big Thompson fly fishermen and tubers lolling down Boulder Creek, most residents of the Front Range usually pay little mind to the small rivers that trickle by on their way from the mountains to the plains.
State Climate Center Wants Public's Help With Rain TotalsThe Colorado Climate Center would like Colorado residents to help weather experts at Colorado State University map rainfall totals.
Drought Conditions Still Exist Despite Recent Fort Collins Snow Climatologists are happy to see all the moisture from recent snowfall in Northern Colorado but that doesn't mean the severe drought conditions are over.
CSU Climatologists Need Help Keeping An Eye On Moisture LevelsClimatologists at Colorado State University want some help in tracking what promises to be another dry summer.
March Is Make-Or-Break Month For Colorado DroughtMarch is a make-or-break month for relieving drought conditions in Colorado.
Fire Danger Remains High Along The Front RangeA lot of snow is expected for the western and southwestern mountains, but only a chance for snow along the Front Range. The dry conditions mean the fire danger remains high.
Despite Snow, Colorado's Drought Outlook UncertainThe outlook for a major change in Colorado's drought is uncertain even though holiday storms have improved the mountain snowpack, a climate researcher said Thursday.
Not A Lot Of Snow In Northern Colorado, But Every Little Bit HelpsOvernight some areas of Northern Colorado received anywhere from 1 to 4 inches of snow. Although that may not sound like a whole lot of precipitation, researchers at Colorado State University say any little bit helps.
Experts Explain How Waldo Canyon Fire Moved DownhillFires make their own weather in a variety of ways. CBS4's Alan Gionet found out that's what happened with the devastating Waldo Canyon Fire.