Snowpack

Snowpack Still Strong But Could Take A Hit If Warm Temperatures ContinueIt was another day of temperatures in the 60s around the Denver metro area, and while many people are enjoying the unseasonably warm temperatures, others are wondering how long before the snowpack takes a hit.
Very Cold Morning For Denver And The PlainsFrigid temps move back into the picture for the second night in a row.
Snowpack Above Average Across ColoradoColorado's snowpack is above average around the state.
10 Die In Avalanches Across West In 10 days, 2 In ColoradoTen people, including two in Colorado, have died in avalanches across the West in the last 10 days, making this month the deadliest January for slides in nearly 20 years.
Mountain Snows That Feed Colorado River Look Good So FarSnowpack in the mountains that feeds the Colorado River is slightly above the long-term average this winter — welcome news in the drought-stricken Southwest.
Colorado Snowpack Numbers On The RiseThe benefits are felt in the long-term just as they are in the immediate future.
Snowpack Looking Good As Colorado Heads Into Dry PatternAs Colorado heads into a drier pattern this week, it's good to know our snowpack has started out strong.
NASA Snow Data That Helps California Put To Work In ColoradoNASA is providing California with valuable data about how much water is locked up in its mountain snows, and now Colorado is trying the technique.
CDOT Working Against The Weather Installing New Avalanche Mitigation SystemTwo of the most avalanche prone areas on Colorado highways are getting a multi-million dollar fix from the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Snow Melt Causes Rising River Levels, Puts Bridges At RiskAs the temperatures rise, the increased snow melt in the mountains is causing concern along the South Platte River where the water is threatening a bridge.
High Country Snowmelt = Increased Spring RunoffAll the spring snow that fell in the high country last month has started to melt which is causing a lot of runoff along the Front Range.
Avalanche Conditions Will Become Dangerous With Slow StormThe spring storm moving slowly across Colorado is expected to dump more than 2 feet of snow in parts the mountains by the end of Friday, making avalanche conditions dangerous.

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