El Nino Teases As Southwestern U.S. Remains In DroughtNational climate experts have been watching and waiting but El Nino has only been teasing, leaving the American Southwest to hang on longer until the weather pattern develops and brings more moisture to the drought-stricken region.
NOAA Outlook Shows August Cooldown Next WeekDenver has hit 90°F or higher on 43 days since the end of May.
El Niño Watch Issued For Upcoming North American WinterEl Niño is a phenomenon that takes place in the equatorial Pacific Ocean but it can have an impact on weather patterns worldwide.
Drought Expands, Exceptionally Dry Conditions Creep Closer To ColoradoThe driest conditions can be found on the southeast plains, in the San Luis Valley and on the western slope.
NOAA's Outlook For March Snow Not So Good Across ColoradoMarch is known to be the snowiest month in Denver and along Colorado's Front Range.
99 Percent Of Colorado Now In Drought Or Near-Drought ConditionsThe entire Denver metro area is now experiencing abnormal dryness or drought.
Severe Drought Conditions Declared In Southwest ColoradoA persistent ridge of high pressure is to blame for the lack of snow.
Cold, Snowy December Appears On Tap For ColoradoA snowy pattern is needed for Colorado's high country.
Colorado Climate Outlook Shows Active Spring AheadNOAA's Climate Prediction Center released their latest outlook for the spring season.
NOAA Says El Niño Going Strong As Parade Of Storms Is Set To Hit ColoradoThat trend is expected to continue into the months ahead as El Niño gradually weakens.
Next Week's Snowstorm Could Require A SnowplowCurrent forecast models all show a storm entering the region but they vary in their details of how long it will last and how much snow will fall.