The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says avalanche danger for the Vail Summit area, Grand Mesa and Steamboat Springs is considerable.
The way Colorado surveys snowpack may soon be no more due to budget cuts.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service is facing some budget cuts and what may go is monitoring the snow,
Thanks to the April snow storms Northern Colorado will not have to worry about water restrictions.
The wet spring in Colorado could spell relief for more than a million homeowners who rely on Denver Water.
Colorado’s snowpack is getting closer to normal after an unseasonably cool and wet April.
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.
People who live in Boulder won’t be subject to watering restrictions thanks to recent snowstorms.
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.
As of Tuesday, Denver has picked up about 20 inches of snow for the month of April. In an average April, Denver normally picks up about 6.5 inches of snow.