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.
Colorado Creek Turned Purple During Fish Management ProgramA small stream turned a hue of purple right now as state fish biologists begin a large scale fish management program, leaving hundreds of fish dead, while making way for another threatened species of native fish to be moved there.
Chatfield Reservoir Waters Keep Rising, Breaks Historic Crest Set In 1980As of 6:16 am Wednesday the latest reading at Chatfield Reservoir was 5,447.74 feet.
Colorado Snowpack Struggles As Drought More Than Doubles Since ChristmasAs of March 20 it was 81 percent of normal, down from 92 percent on March 6.
All Eyes On Potential Weekend Storm As Colorado Snowpack Continues To DropAs of Feb. 17 the state is sitting at 79 percent of the median which is down two percent in less than week.
First Snowpack Measurement For New Year Brings Good NewsScientists were at the top of Berthoud Pass on Tuesday for the first snow survey for the new year.
Snowpack Growing But Drought Conditions Exist Despite Recent SnowWith snow piling up in the high country and along the Front Range, Colorado's snowpack is also growing.
Colorado Snowpack Up, But Not EnoughForecasters say February snowstorms helped increase snowpack in Colorado, but not enough to solve the state's water problems.
Homeowners Along Rivers Get Early Jump On Flood PrepsHomeowners are working now to prevent problems later along the Poudre and Big Thompson rivers.