Monday evening’s storm ripped down trees through the Denver metro area and also pulled down power lines.
A quick-moving round of severe weather hit the Denver metro area on Monday night, causing widespread reports of damage.
Cold temperatures and wet snow caused many downed tree branches across the Front Range which led to power outages for thousands.
Heavy, wet snow caused power problems in the Denver metro area Thursday morning.
High winds knocked down trees and caused other problems across the state on Friday.
Xcel Energy crews departed on Wednesday morning from the central Denver distribution center on what will be a long trip east to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Heavy winds overnight knocked down trees across the Denver metro area and caused power outages for thousands of customers.
Homeowners and businesses in Leadville say they’ve had enough of power outages.
Wind is blamed for causing power outages Wednesday afternoon in Boulder County.
Winds continued to whip across the Front Range on Monday. A Red Flag Warning expired Monday evening after hurricane-force winds toppled trees and power lines over the weekend.