Storm Pushes Season Snow Total At Loveland Ski Area To Over 100 InchesNearly two feet of snow fell from two storms that hit over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Pedestrian Killed By Hit-And-Run Vehicle In DumontThe Colorado State Patrol is seeking the vehicle and driver that struck and killed pedestrian overnight Friday.
Snow Blankets Pikes Peak In Time For Labor Day VisitorsA wind-driven snow hit the top of Pikes Peak late Saturday night.
Woman Licked By Mountain Goat: 'I Can Probably Die A Happy Woman'Hikers in the Colorado Rocky Mountains often encounter wildlife while they attempt to summit local mountains. However, most cannot say they’ve had a wild mountain goat lick their back and head.
Campers Beware, Late Spring Snow Expected In Mountains This WeekendIf you're planning to camp in the mountains this weekend get ready for a wet and chilly stretch of weather starting Friday.
Skier Visits In Rocky Mountains Down SlightlyThe number of visits to ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains are down about five percent, according to the National Ski Areas Association.
Storm Dumps 18" Of Snow For Last Weekend At Winter Park's Mary JaneA slow-moving spring storm brought much needed moisture to Colorado this week.
Heavy April Snow To Keep Winter Park's Mary Jane Open Through May 6This will be the third consecutive year that Mary Jane's closing date has been extended.
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.
Heavy Snow, Bitter Cold Blasts Rockies & Front RangeHeavy snow and frigid wind chills are blasting much of the Rocky Mountain region.
Difficult Mountain Driving Expected Monday For Holiday TravelersModerate to heavy snow will be accompanied by winds gusting at times between 30-50 mph.
CAIC Says 'Very Large, Dangerous Avalanche Pattern' DevelopingExperts say the problem is due to a dry beginning of winter, which created a thin, weak snowpack.
Double-Digit Snow Totals Hit Several Colorado Ski AreasIt was one of the largest and most widespread snow events so far this season.
Despite Lack Of Snow, Moderate Avalanche Danger Persists In ColoradoSome of the danger is due to recent strong winds that loaded slopes with blowing snow.
99 Percent Of Colorado Now In Drought Or Near-Drought ConditionsThe entire Denver metro area is now experiencing abnormal dryness or drought.