Heavy, wet snow caused power problems in the Denver metro area Thursday morning.
Thursday morning’s snow cause a few problems at Denver International Airport.
The snow has really piled up in high country, but the crews responsible for moving the snow got a break this week, just in time for more snow to make its way there.
Coloradans braced for another round of snow this weekend as blistering cold temperatures continue across the state, filling homeless shelters and snarling traffic.
The winter storm that’s blanketing the Front Range with snow has created few problems so far on Wednesday morning.
May is the month known for springtime rains along the Front Range. On average the month can come through with 2.12 inches of precipitation. Making it the wettest month on average for Denver. Followed up by July, April and August.
After starting the month of April worried about high fire danger and the lack of winter moisture the month of April came through like gangbusters with moisture-packed snowstorms every week, CBS4 meteorologist Dave Aguilera writes.
A worsening snowstorm that’s hitting east of Denver is causing problems for travelers flying in and out of Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
A slow moving spring storm is bringing much-needed moisture to parts of the Rockies and the Plains, but winds are raising the wildfire danger to the south.
The April snow to hit Colorado this week brings a bonus weekend for skiers and snowboarders. Both Vail and Breckenridge will reopen Friday for the weekend.