Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: One Day Cold SnapAfter 17 days straight with above normal temperatures in Denver -- a remarkable stretch -- we'll finally break the streak on Tuesday with temperatures staying far below normal.
Mother Nature Sends Dusting Of Snow To Loveland & A-BasinIt's been nearly two days since Autumn officially began, but Mother Nature is, as always, running on her own clock.
Ryan Fire Grows Dramatically, Smoke Pushed Into Metro AreaThe Ryan Fire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming state line grew notably Saturday to 8,685 acres from nearly 3,000 acres a day earlier.
CU Boulder Scientists Using Social Media To Help Disaster Rescue EffortsAs rescue efforts are still underway for Hurricane Florence, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder are gathering data from social media to analyze the rescue effort.
More Snow: Vail Hopes To Grow Snow-Making Capacity 200+ AcresVail Mountain is expanding its snow-making operation to ensure opening day conditions are prime every year.
Don't Miss Together 4 WeatherJoin CBS4 and the City of Aurora for a free weather seminar focused on Colorado’s 2018-19 winter outlook.
Aspen Snowmass' 'Give A Flake' Campaign Brings Focus On Contentious IssuesIt’s part vulgar pun, and part cry for action, but this season Aspen Snowmass is making clear in it’s advertising where it’s priorities are with a campaign called “Give a Flake.”
Colorado Task Force One Rescues The Rescuers After Hurricane FlorenceColorado Task Force One is seeing plenty of action in North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Florence; at one point even rescuing some stranded rescue crews.
Some Evacuations Lifted In Silver Creek FireSome evacuations were lifted in the Silver Creek Fire on Monday.
More Homes Under Pre-Evacuation Notice Near Silver Creek FireThe Silver Creek Fire grew, yet again, to more than 11,000 acres on Sunday.
Hottest Game Ever At Mile High: 92 Degrees At Broncos Opening KickoffThe Denver Broncos game against the Oakland Raiders kicked off with a temperature of 92 degrees at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
Flooding Fears Surge As Rivers Rise; Wilmington Cut OffCatastrophic flooding from Florence spread across the Carolinas on Sunday, with roads to Wilmington cut off by the epic deluge and muddy river water swamping entire neighborhoods miles inland.