In a state like Colorado, there is no such thing as a bad drive when it comes to seeking out fall color.
As long summer days turn into cooler and shorter nights, the annual fall color show explodes across Colorado.
In the disaster zone left behind after the September 2013 flood, there are still numerous side roads and rural driveways that need to be repaired.
On September 9, 2013, a storm system began taking shape that would bring several days of rain and flooding to the Front Range.
After a devastating weather event like the September 2013 flash flood, a lot of time is spent evaluating the performance of agencies directly involved with getting information to the public, such as the National Weather Service.
Disaster is an inevitable part of life, especially in a place like Colorado where there are so many potential hazards caused by weather.
A fast-moving, but potent early season storm brought a taste of winter to Denver and much of the northern and central Rockies.
Widespread 90s and low 100s across the lower elevations of eastern Colorado tied or broke several records on Wednesday.
For snow lovers, September 3 is an important date in history; Denver’s earliest snowfall on record.
For Denver, this summer will go down as slightly cooler and much wetter than average.