Weather School With Chris Spears: Why Does Colorado Have So Many Thunderstorms?In any given year our state records more days with thunderstorms on average than Nebraska and Kansas.
CBS4 Bell Ringing Helps Salvation ArmyThe ringing of the Salvation Army bells were heard across downtown Denver on Wednesday, thanks to some special volunteers from CBS4.
Don't Miss Together 4 WeatherJoin CBS4 and the City of Aurora for a free weather seminar focused on Colorado’s 2018-19 winter outlook.
'Fog Bow' Appears On ThanksgivingErika Luthy captured the photos in the Strawberry Park area of Steamboat Springs.
Recent Storms Help Ease Drought In Eastern ColoradoThere's good news to report with regard to Colorado's drought.
Cover Your Plants, Advisory Issued For Frosty Night AheadClearing skies mean falling temperatures overnight.
Ranchers Search For Hundreds Of Missing Cattle After BlizzardA rare spring blizzard on April 29-30 hit ranchers hard in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
Denver's Vie For Least Snowy Season Ends With Weekend StormA snow season starts on July 1 and ends on June 30 of the following year.
Latest Totals: Storm Dumps Over Foot Of Snow Near DenverFor some it's hard to imagine, but Springtime in the Rockies often means heavy, wet snow.
High Chance For A Few 'Forecast Surprises' With Incoming StormYou heard it first from CBS4 and Colorado's Weather Center.
Watch Weekend Forecast Closely If You've Fired Up The SprinklersThere's potential for a hard freeze Saturday night and Sunday morning.
Spring Snow Common In Denver, Some Could Fall By SaturdayDenver recorded 3.5 inches of snow between April 29-30, 2016.
Denver Just Days Away From Setting New All-Time 'Least Snowy' RecordDenver International Airport has recorded 19.4 inches of snow since the snow season began on July 1, 2016.
Denver Records Least Snowiest Fall & Winter On RecordWhat a difference this season with regard to snowfall across Colorado.
March Ties For Least Snowiest On Record In DenverFor snow to be considered measurable a weather station must record at least a tenth of an inch or more.