Flooding Along Colorado River A Possibility In Glenwood CanyonThe mighty Colorado River roars through Glenwood Canyon, but despite the impressive display of rushing water already happening, the river is just waking up. That is giving some bicyclists mixed reaction.
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.
High Country Snowmelt = Increased Spring RunoffAll the spring snow that fell in the high country last month has started to melt which is causing a lot of runoff along the Front Range.
Glen Haven General Store Owners Determined To Reopen After FloodWith the spring thaw in sight many communities hit hard by last September's floods are worried about a heavier than usual runoff. One of those communities is Glen Haven, located between Estes Park and Fort Collins.
Dozens Of Flood Damaged Sites Need To Be Fixed Before Spring RunoffIt’s a race against the clock for Boulder County as six months after the historic floods there are still dozens of flood damaged sites that need to be fixed before the spring runoff.
Irrigation Repairs Needed Before Spring RunoffThis week marks the six month anniversary since the floods devastated Colorado, and while the state has seen recovery there is still a lot to do.
All The Snow Already Raises Runoff ConcernsAll the snow in the high country has been great for the ski resorts, but already some are already raising concerns about the spring runoff.