Denver Weather: More Dangerous Wind In Some Areas Through FridayWind gusts reached near 100 mph in Colorado on Wednesday and more strong wind is expected in parts of the state through Friday. The strongest wind is likely over for the Denver metro area.
Top 2020 Colorado Weather Events Included Rare Rocky Mountain DerechoWhen it comes to weather in the year 2020 most are going to remember the extreme drought which led to record wildfires, but we did have some other notable events.
Denver Weather: Snow, Wind, And A Major Temperature ChangeTuesday continued our warm weather streak with a high of 63 degrees in Denver!
Denver Weather: Windy Wednesday For Some, Next Chance Of Snow Arrives FridayColorado will see slightly warmer temperatures today with many areas near normal for this time of year.
Golden Man Documents Wild Colorado Weather In 'Weather Lab'Colorado sees almost any type of weather including hurricane-force wind.
Colorado Weather: After Hurricane Force Winds Over The Weekend, Plan On A Much Calmer WeekMany of the higher peaks and mountain passes in Colorado experienced wind gusts well over 75 mph this weekend. The storm responsible has now moved away from the region.
I-70 Closed For Blustery Driving ConditionsWindy and snowy conditions caused the Colorado Department of Transportation to close eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 at Silverthorne on Saturday afternoon.
Colorado Weather: Cold Front Brings Strong Wind, Mountain Snow Into Early EveningA few light rain or snow showers will be possible east of the mountains through early afternoon.
High Wind Warning Issued, 60-80 MPH Gusts Likely For Denver, Foothills, PlainsIn addition to the wind we are expecting snow in Colorado's mountains through Saturday.
Brief Friday Wildfire Relief In Colorado Before Fire Danger Surges SaturdayWelcome drizzle, flurries, lighter winds and cooler temperatures greeted the Front Range Friday. The relief will be short-lived as high fire danger is set to return Saturday!
East Troublesome Fire Explodes To 170,000 Acres: 'Really Unheard Of'As of Thursday evening, the fire was estimated at 170,000 acres -- making it the second largest fire in Colorado history.