Updates From Colorado's Weather Center

Colorado Weather: Front Range Flurries And Cold Locked in For The DayA day of cold and Front Range Flurries locked in. A warming and drying trend begins mid-week.
Weekend Snow Puts Loveland Over 100 Inches For Season, Wolf Creek Hits 200 InchesAfter a few dry weeks in Colorado some much needed snow fell in the mountains over the weekend.
Last Time Drought Was This Bad, March '03 Blizzard Rescued ColoradoColorado is facing a very uncertain spring and summer when it comes to water thanks to a widespread drought that developed last year.
Avalanche Beacon Checkpoint Stations Go Up At Vail Pass SummitThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center got some help from an outdoor gear retailer to set up avalanche beacon testers at popular trailheads.
'Our Mountains... Demand Your Respect': Woman Calls For Rescue On Berthoud PassSearch and rescue teams across Colorado's high country are pleading with novice backcountry skiers and riders to fully understand the inherent dangers that come with hiking on Colorado peaks.
Prepared Hiker Avoids Tragedy While Being Rescued In Lake County Lake County Search and Rescue credit a hiker's preparedness for the good outcome when he found himself in trouble.
Denver Weather: Two Chances For Light Snow Starting Sunday NightThe week will start off chilly and unsettled around Colorado as two different storm systems pass through the region.
Most Areas Impacted By Cameron Peak Fire To Remain Closed For SafetyMost areas impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire in the Roosevelt National Forest will remain closed for safety reasons.
Concern For Colorado Reservoir Water Levels As Drought Conditions PersistThere are many ways to gauge the severity of a drought. This winter in Colorado, all you have to do is look around.
Cameron Peak Fire: FEMA Disaster Declaration Will Help With Rehabilitation Efforts In Wake Of Colorado's Largest WildfireLarimer County has been partially approved for a federal major disaster declaration with the Cameron Peak Fire.
Lawyer For Jesper Joergensen, Charged With Setting 2018 Spring Fire, Wants Case DismissedA lawyer for a Danish man charged with starting the Spring Fire urged a judge to dismiss the case against him because doctors have found him unable to stand trial three times due to his mental health.
Colorado Statewide Drought Situation Has Denver Water Officials WorriedThe weekly drought monitor released Thursday morning offered no good news for Colorado. And recovery from this drought won't be easy.
Man Who Died In Ski Crash At Eldora Was Thornton Resident David MarquezAuthorities have released the name of a skier who died after he fell and slid into a tree at Eldora ski area.
High Country Hostel Prepares To Offer Unique Getaway OptionsThe pandemic hasn’t changed the cost of a family ski vacation, but it has created financial strain for many.
Authorities Warn Of Winter Hiking Dangers After Man's 30 Foot Fall In Colorado National MonumentOfficials in western Colorado are sending out a warning this week after a hiker was injured in a fall in Colorado National Monument.
Denver Weather: After Missing Out Again, Snowfall Is Now 5 Inches Below NormalThe foothills west of Denver saw at least 2 inches of Monday. Meanwhile Denver officially received only a trace.
Injured Skier Rescued From Steamboat Canyon In Exhausting Overnight OperationTwo teams of rescuers worked into the wee hours of the morning Sunday to haul an injured skier out the bottom of a canyon near the Steamboat Ski Resort. 
Colorado Weather: Fresh Snow To Delight Skiers On MLK DayOn one of the busiest ski days of the season, most ski areas in Colorado have received fresh snow. Reports varied from 2 to 6 inches early Monday morning and light additional snow is possible through the day.
Colorado Snowmobile Accident Leaves Woman Dead, Partner HurtA 29-year-old woman died in a snowmobiling accident over the weekend in Colorado.
Pricey Lift Tickets & Long Lines Contrast Breckenridge's Tumble In Lodging NumbersThe Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is typically one of the busiest for ski communities.