Colorado Rivers Still Rising, Swift Flows To Last Well Into SummerSeveral waterways have flood alerts in effect, especially across south-central Colorado.
Silverthorne Now Offering Sandbags In Preparation Of SnowmeltSilverthorne town officials have started handing out sandbags in preparation of high runoff water they expect from the winter's snowpack.
Avalanche Debris Forces Prolonged Closure At Maroon BellsThe U.S. Forest Service says the popular Maroon Bells Scenic Area in western Colorado will not open as scheduled May 15.
With Debris-Filled Snowpack, Officials Are Concerned About Spring RunoffEmergency managers in Summit County are watching the rivers and streams closely as warm temperatures and above average snowpack could lead to serious flooding this spring.
Most Of Southwest Colorado In 'Drought Recovery' As Snowpack SurgesColorado's snowpack is now over 140 percent of normal thanks to a series of winter storms.
Rafting Season Varies Across Colorado This YearPhones are ringing off the hook at Clear Creek Rafting as the whitewater rafting season begins in Colorado.
Colorado: 300 Days Of Sun; Town In New York: 300 Inches Of SnowColorado is known for its 300 days of sunshine a year but this year a town in New York has something that much of Colorado hasn't seen this Winter: snow.
Colorado Ski Resort Cuts Back Hours Because Of Lack Of SnowA Colorado ski resort is cutting back its schedule because of a lack of snow.
There Is Snow, But Nothing Compared To Last YearIn January 2017 snowstorms were measured by the feet instead of inches, the town ran out of room to store all the snow, and the ski resort even shut down for several days because of too much snow!
Snowpack Varies Greatly Across ColoradoThe job of keeping track of snow levels in Colorado takes scientists deep into the backcountry to monitor dozens of snow survey sites across the state.
Despite Grim Snow Outlook, No Need To Panic About Water SupplyDespite the lack of snowfall and low snowpack, Denver Water says it's not time to hit the panic button just yet.
NASA Aims To Measure Vital Snow Data From SatellitesInstrument-laden aircraft are surveying the Colorado high country this month as scientists search for better ways to measure how much water is locked up in the world's mountain snows.
Avalanches: 'Some Slides Haven't Run This Big Since The 80s'Avalanche forecasters predict this winter will be the most dangerous in a generation.
After Slow Start, Snow Is Catching Up In Western MountainsAfter a dry autumn, snowfall is rebounding to normal levels at Western ski areas and in the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River.
December Snow Outlook Hopeful As Snowpack Runs Well Below NormalThe meteorological winter is beginning with statewide snowpack running well below where it should be for this time of year.