Winter Storm Watch & Warnings Issued As Another Cold, Wet April Storm Moves InLight rain or snow showers are possible as early as the Thursday morning rush hour in Denver and along the Front Range.
Latest Snow Light For Most, But Some Heavy Pockets Leave Tough Travel BehindWhile most snow totals in the Denver area were light there have been some heavier pockets of snow which created tough driving conditions.
Winter Storm Bears Down On ColoradoMost of Colorado is under winter storm warnings and watches as a storm bears down on the state.
High Impact Snowstorm Will Begin Moving Into Colorado On SundayThe big storm we've been talking about for the last few days is finally moving on shore today and it will make a quick dive down the West Coast and into southern California over the next 24 hours.
Next Week's Snowstorm Could Require A SnowplowCurrent forecast models all show a storm entering the region but they vary in their details of how long it will last and how much snow will fall.
Avalanche Danger Increases As Spring Storms Dump SnowThe winter storm that could bring a foot of snow to some parts of Colorado's mountains over the weekend is also increasing the risk of avalanches.
America The Beautiful (And Freezing)Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
Winter Storm Heightens Avalanche DangerNew snow has increased avalanche danger in parts of the high country.
CDOT Prepares To Keep Roads Clear During Winter StormRoad crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation are getting ready for this weekend's heavy snowfall and winter storm.
Denver Zoo Animals Prepare For Winter StormZookeepers are helping the wild animals at the Denver Zoo prepare for the winter storm set to strike this weekend.
Denver's Weekend Storm Could Be Biggest To Hit City In 3 YearsAll eyes remain on the approaching winter storm that will have an impact on Colorado this weekend.
Storm Drops Nearly 1.5 Feet Of Snow On Parts Of ColoradoA Presidents Day storm dropped more than a foot of snow on parts of the Colorado mountains Monday and left some roads in Denver and Colorado Springs glazed with ice for the morning commute.