Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
People on the East Coast are bracing for what could be a historic storm. A 250-mile stretch of the northeast could see between one and three feet of snow, and that’s already affecting operations at Denver International Airport.
Five inches of snow fell Thursday in Fort Collins, which set a record for snowfall on Christmas Day.
A strong winter storm is moving into the Colorado mountains and it is expected to bring up to 2 feet of snow to some areas by Monday.
A strong winter storm is moving into the Colorado mountains and could bring heavy snowfall.
If you find it hard to get into the holiday spirit with the recent streak of warm and dry weather you’re not alone.
In some locations the snow contained an entire month’s worth of water.
Snowpack in some of Colorado’s high country is the highest seen in decades.
The snow has been falling non-stop in the high country, and while the ski resorts love it, it’s becoming a safety concern in some spots.
The snow is going to be sticking around on the roads for a while. Many roads were still a little snow packed and icy by Friday afternoon and CBS4 Meteorologist Dave Aguilera another round of snow is on the way to the metro area.