Denver Could Break 102-Year-Old Record Cold Temperature By HalloweenAfter a high of 76 degrees on Saturday we will spend close to 100 consecutive hours with temperatures below freezing this week.
Denver Weather: First Of Two Storms Moves In With Cold, SnowTemperatures will not move much so we anticipate widespread travel problems with icy and snowpacked roads.
Twin Storms To Bring Snow, Record Cold To Colorado Through WednesdayAn unusual dip in the Polar Jet Stream will make it feel more like the middle of January over the next several days.
Denver Weather: Arctic Blast To Bring Flash Freeze And Snow By SundayThis air will pour straight out of the North Pole and it will stick around for several days.
Colorado Weather: Quick Shot Of Snow On The Move Into The Front RangeA surge of cold October air is pushing south across the Rockies and central Plains. This will bring a blast of Winter-like weather across our region before the day ends.
Denver Weather: Snow Heading For Colorado, Including DenverMore snow is quickly heading to Colorado. Our next system will race towards our state on Wednesday.
Snow Is Coming: Winter Storm Watch Issued For Foothills, Palmer DivideWe have a big change coming up in the forecast starting tomorrow.
Denver Weather: Next Storm Could Bring Snowy Drive Thursday MorningA storm system currently spinning off the coast of Washington will bring a big weather change to the Rockies on Wednesday.
Colorado Weather: Snow Begins Falling In Mountains, I-70 Slippery On Vail PassEarly season snow is falling in Colorado's mountains and road conditions are "changing rapidly" on Vail Pass.
Colorado Weather: Mountain Snow This Weekend Will Help Loveland Open SoonMore snow in the mountains this weekend should help Loveland join Arapahoe Basin and Keystone on the short list of ski areas already open for the season.
Snowy Roads Lead To Dangerous Conditions On I-70, I-25 & Denver Metro Area RoadsNumerous crashes took place on roads across the Denver metro area Thursday morning as snow fell on Colorado's Front Range.