It’s that time of year to bundle up and enjoy an outdoor winter adventure, as you never know in Colorado—it could be a blizzard, or sunny and 70. In either case, there are plenty of reasons to try and find some sunshine.
Snowfall in the Colorado mountains is lagging this season, but forecasters say the winter is young and there’s plenty of time to catch up.
UPS drivers are battling snowy roads and slow commuters on the company’s busiest delivery day of the year.
Drivers had a tough time navigating the roads around the metro area on Saturday after overnight snow left several inches on the ground.
Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park is officially closed to travel for the season.
With the snow tapering off, crews in Denver are focusing on keeping the roads from icing up overnight.
Loveland is one of the many areas in Northern Colorado hit hard by power outages. Some people said their neighborhood looks like a war zone because of all the toppled trees.
Greeley residents are shoveling out of some of the deepest snow to hit Northern Colorado. There was so much snow, the University of Northern Colorado cancelled classes on Wednesday.
With snow in the forecast for next week, Denver Public Works said their crews are ready for an early blast of winter.
Parts of the high country are seeing their first snow of the season, including several ski areas.