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First Snowpack Measurement For New Year Brings Good News

Scientists were at the top of Berthoud Pass on Tuesday for the first snow survey for the new year.

12/31/2013

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Avalanche Danger Considerable On Western Slope

The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says avalanche danger for the Vail Summit area, Grand Mesa and Steamboat Springs is considerable.

12/10/2013

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The Way Colorado Measures Snowpack May Soon Be History

The way Colorado surveys snowpack may soon be no more due to budget cuts.

11/29/2013

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Program That Tracks Snowpack Is In Trouble

The Natural Resources Conservation Service is facing some budget cuts and what may go is monitoring the snow,

11/20/2013

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No Water Restrictions For Larimer County Residents This Summer

Thanks to the April snow storms Northern Colorado will not have to worry about water restrictions.

06/03/2013

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Denver Water Continues Watering Restrictions, But Eases Surcharges

The wet spring in Colorado could spell relief for more than a million homeowners who rely on Denver Water.

05/23/2013

Snow surveyors measure the snowpack on Berthoud Pass in this undated file photo. (credit: CBS)

Unusually Cool, Wet April Helps Colorado Snowpack

Colorado’s snowpack is getting closer to normal after an unseasonably cool and wet April.

05/06/2013

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Colorado Wildfire Forecasters Believe This Year Is More Promising

As fire rages in Southern California, most of Colorado has experienced a cool and very wet spring. The snowpack sits at about average for the northern two-thirds of the state.

05/04/2013

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No Watering Restrictions For Boulder

People who live in Boulder won’t be subject to watering restrictions thanks to recent snowstorms.

05/02/2013

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Too Early To Think About Lifting Watering Restrictions

Thanks to the recent storms Colorado’s snowpack is looking much better. Less than a month ago the statewide average was 79 percent of where it should be. Now it’s at 92 percent of normal.

04/24/2013

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