NASA Aims To Measure Vital Snow Data From SatellitesInstrument-laden aircraft are surveying the Colorado high country this month as scientists search for better ways to measure how much water is locked up in the world's mountain snows.
Avalanches: 'Some Slides Haven't Run This Big Since The 80s'Avalanche forecasters predict this winter will be the most dangerous in a generation.
After Slow Start, Snow Is Catching Up In Western MountainsAfter a dry autumn, snowfall is rebounding to normal levels at Western ski areas and in the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River.
December Snow Outlook Hopeful As Snowpack Runs Well Below NormalThe meteorological winter is beginning with statewide snowpack running well below where it should be for this time of year.
Snow Off To A Slow Start In Rockies, Delaying Some SkiersAutumn snow has been scarce in the Rocky Mountains, but the first significant storm of the season is expected to blow into Colorado.
Colorado Snowmakers Battle Warm TempsFor Summit County snowmakers, conditions were tantalizingly close but never quite perfect.
Lake Granby Overflow Spill Good News For Colorado's WaterColorado’s snowy winter and spring has caused one of the state’s largest bodies of water to reach capacity early in the summer season.
Most Streams Near Peak Runoff As Temperatures ClimbPeak water runoff is being recorded on most Front Range streams as temperatures climb across the state.
Wet May Boosts Snowpack In Most Of Colorado's River BasinsA wet May boosted the snow across most of Colorado's mountains, putting the state in good shape for the spring and summer runoff.
Rafting Companies Predict A Great Season On Colorado's WaterwaysImpressive snowpack has Colorado rafting companies excited about the summer season and they're hoping for big crowds.
Aerial Photos Show Start Of Trail Ridge Road ClearingPlows are beginning the big job of clearing Rocky Mountain National Park's Trail Ridge Road, according to aerial photos taken Wednesday.
Positive Wildfire Outlook Following Big Snow SeasonWhile the low fire danger is very good news, the risk is never far away from the Front Range.