Colorado Weather: NOAA Issues La Niña Watch For Upcoming Winter SeasonForecasters say there is a 50-55 percent chance of it developing sometime this fall and lasting through winter.
Denver Weather: Wild February Featured 76 Degree Temperature SwingThe month of February brought a little bit of everything to Denver's official weather station except for thunder.
Epic February Drops Over 12 Feet Of Snow In 22 Days At Wolf CreekAlmost half of that fell during the course of a week.
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.
El Niño Predicted, But Heavy Winter Snow Not Guaranteed For ColoradoNOAA says there is a 70-75% chance that El Niño will develop later this year.
NOAA Says La Niña Is Fading, But An El Niño Possible Next WinterBetween now and then neutral conditions are expected in the equatorial waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean.
CSU Forecasters Predict Active 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season AheadA primary factor in this forecast is the relatively low likelihood of a significant El Niño.
Developing La Niña Means Drier Conditions Possible Next WinterThe Climate Prediction Center is now forecasting a 75 percent chance of La Niña during fall and winter 2016–17.
Strong El Niño Fizzles, Forecasters Issue La Niña Watch For Fall & WinterLa Niña is an abnormal cooling of the waters in the equatorial region of the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Snowy Season Drops Over 200 Inches Of Snow On Foothills Near DenverAs the snow season winds down across Colorado the numbers are impressive, especially along the Front Range.
The Lasting Benefits Of Our Recent Gray WeatherMoisture is well above average as we head into the month of May.
Denver Hits A 'Snowy Mark' Only Seen Twice In Last 30 YearsMother Nature has delivered on the forecast for a snowy season in parts of Colorado due to an El Niño weather pattern.
Forest Service: 2016 Wildfire Season Expected To Be Less SevereThe upcoming wildfire season across the U.S. isn't expected to be as bad as last year's infernos, when a record 15,800 square miles burned, the nation's top wildland firefighting official said Wednesday.
Weekend Storm Improves Vital Colorado SnowpackA weekend storm that dropped up to 4 feet of snow in the central Colorado mountains improved the snowpack in most of Colorado's major river basins.
Warm Weather Taking A Toll On Denver Metro And PlainsFire danger is back in the picture Wednesday for the Denver metro area and all of eastern Colorado.