Updates From The First Alert Weather Center

Colorado Snowstorm Aftermath: What To Do With All Those Broken Branches!?Denver metro are residents saw tree branches fall under the weight of heavy snow, and now the cleanup begins.
Young Owl Exasperated By Wild Colorado Weather, Doesn't Want To Hear About Your Poor Vegetable GardenIf there was an expression that captured Colorado's mood after this latest curveball from Mother Nature, it might very well be this look from a young owl found by wildlife rangers Saturday.
Late May Storm Drops 1 To 2 Feet Of Snow Outside Of DenverThe heaviest precipitation in the spring storm fell along the Front Range with several places reporting over a foot of snow in the higher elevations outside of Denver.
Colorado Weather: Attention Turns To Widespread Freeze Saturday Night As Storm DepartsA potent and unusually cold late May snowstorm will leave Colorado today after dropping more than a foot of snow on the higher elevations to the west and south of Denver.
Winter Park & Arapahoe Basin Relish In Late May SnowstormA late May snowstorm came just in time for the last day of the season at Winter Park. Mary Jane will close on Saturday, May 21. 
Colorado High School Seniors Get A Special Present From Mother NatureA First Alert Weather Day in Colorado meant some graduating seniors celebrated commencement in true Colorado fashion.
Hundreds Of Flights At DIA Delayed Or Canceled As Winter Storm Moves Across ColoradoA late (and unusual) May snowstorm caused some troubles for Denver International Airport on Friday. At one point, the airport reported more than 210 cancelations and more than 300 delays. 
CDOT Plows Pivot To Winter Mode Thanks To Colorado's Unpredictable WeatherColorado Department of Transportation plow drivers say they are out in full force as wintery weather blankets much of Colorado on Friday. Crews say they made the quick switch back to winter mode and started preparing on Thursday.
Firefighters Gaining Containment At High Park FireFirefighters contained more of the High Park Fire burning in Teller County. Since the fire started on May 12, it's burned 1,572 acres. It is now 89% contained.
Evergreen High Graduating Seniors Brave Cold, Snow For Commencement At Red RocksIt was a long, cold ceremony for Evergreen High School seniors who braved the rain and snow during their commencement at Red Rocks on Friday.
Denver Weather: Winter Storm Warning In Effect, Up Next Is Branch Breaking SnowA powerful storm expected to cause widespread impacts arrived on schedule. The worse conditions in the Denver metro area will start Friday afternoon on this First Alert Weather Day.
3 Structures Destroyed In Simms Fire Burning Near MontroseThree structures have burned in the Simms Fire that is burning near Montrose.
Snowy Weather Closes Trail Ridge Road In Rocky Mountain National ParkTrail Ridge Road through Rocky Mountain National Park is closed to traffic due to the snowy weather.
Plumtaw Fire Grows To 700+ Acres; Evacuations Remain In PlaceEvacuations remain for residents near Pagosa Springs due to the Plumtaw Fire. As of May 19, the fire has burned 735 acres and is not contained.
Snow Moves Graduation From Red Rocks To Indoor Venues For Some SeniorsA late spring snowstorm is changing weekend plans for thousands of families around Colorado who are planning graduation activities.
Coloradans Rushing To Protect Plants From Wallop Of A May StormWith an epic May storm winding up to punch Colorado, people are flooding garden centers and extension services with questions.
New Wildfire Prompts Evacuations In Montrose CountyEvacuations were ordered for another fire in Colorado on Thursday.
Boulder Valley School District Moves Some Graduation Ceremonies Inside Due To Snow, ColdBoulder Valley School District is moving some of its graduation ceremonies inside due to the forecasted snow and cold.
Fire Sparked By Apparent Lightning Strike At Great Sand Dunes National ParkLightning is being blamed for a fire at the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in southern Colorado. Park officials say the fire started along the road to get inside in the grassland.
High Park Fire Evacuations Lifted, Residents Return HomeResidents in Teller County who were evacuated during the High Park Fire can finally return home.