Denver Water Reports Third Highest October Snowpack On RecordThe October snow allowed many of Colorado's northern and central mountain ski resorts to open early.
Severe Drought Back In Southwest Colorado As Snowpack Lags BehindThe San Juan River Basin is well below where it should be in terms of snowfall for early November.
Warnings Extended As 346 Avalanches In 7 Days Bury Parts of ColoradoThe first avalanche of the 2018-19 season was documented on October 12, 2018. Nearly two thousand have been recorded since.
Recent Storms Push Colorado's Snowpack Back Above AverageNumbers are even up in the two driest river basins in the southwestern part of the state.
Mountain Snowpack Off To Strongest Start In Years For ColoradoMountain snowpack typically peaks in early April across Colorado.
Expert Says 'Miracle Needed' While Discussing Colorado's Dismal SnowpackA weak La Niña is being blamed for a dismal snow season thus far across Colorado.
Skiers, Snowboarders Rejoice With Fresh Powder From SnowstormNearly a foot of fresh powder blanketed Colorado’s playground to the joy of skiers and snowboarders on Sunday.
Snowpack Varies Greatly Across ColoradoThe job of keeping track of snow levels in Colorado takes scientists deep into the backcountry to monitor dozens of snow survey sites across the state.
Storm Could Bring Up To 2 Feet Of Snow To Southwest ColoradoThe next winter storm could bring up to 2 feet of snow to Colorado's mountains.
One Colorado Ski Resort Getting Help From Mother NatureThe high country received some much-needed snow late Saturday night.
Severe Drought Conditions Declared In Southwest ColoradoA persistent ridge of high pressure is to blame for the lack of snow.
Colorado Snowpack Tied For Worst Start In 33 YearsIt seems like snow has been falling everywhere but in the west over the past several weeks.
National Weather Service: Record High From 1895 TiedThe National Weather Service announced Tuesday the official temperature at Denver International Airport reached 69 degrees at 1:58 MST.
Denver Only Days Away From Hitting Unwelcome RecordDenver is just days away from smashing a record no one wants to break.
Caution This Weekend: Mountain Rivers To Rise With Rapid SnowmeltPay close attention to water levels over the next several days.