Temperatures dropped and rain turned to snow in the Denver metro area Wednesday morning. The snow is a reminder of just how unpredictable spring weather is in Colorado.
February’s record snow is making for headaches well into March as snowplows are still working to keep roads clean following the latest snowfall.
Heavy snow that moved in on Wednesday afternoon caused a lot of problems on the roads throughout the Denver metro area and dozens of flight cancellations at Denver International Airport.
A snowstorm moving into Colorado could bring up to three inches of snow for the Front Range on Presidents Day and some much needed snow to central Colorado ski areas.
Blowing and drifting snow is moving across the northeast Colorado plains and causing a lot of problems for drivers, and multiple crashes on U.S. 285, including a fatality, have closed down the highway.
Wind chills down to around 50 below zero are possible in the Rockies as bitter cold arctic air hangs over the region.
Snow plow crews have been out in full force across the Front Range all day Monday.
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.
A fast-moving snowstorm brought more than a foot of snow to some areas of the Colorado mountains as remnants of the so-called Pineapple Express band of storms headed across the Eastern Plains on Saturday and began losing steam.