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Some COVID-19 Guidelines Prove To Be Helpful For Cameron Peak Fire CrewsFirefighters in Colorado are not only battling flames, but fighting to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
September Heat And Haze ContinuesWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Few Scattered T-Storms As Fall Arrives In ColoradoMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
1st Day Of Fall: Less Smoke And Staying WarmWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
More Equipment, Firefighters Respond To Cameron Peak FireMore than 15 fire engines arrived in Larimer County on Monday to help at the Cameron Peak Fire. 
Colorado Backcountry Skiing Company Expects Busy Season Due To COVID-19It was pre-pandemic when the founders of Colorado’s newest ski area launched their concept for a human-powered ski area.
More Heat To Kick Off Fall SeasonWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Staying Warmer Than Normal All WeekWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Quincy Reservoir Closed For Water Quality ImprovementsToxic blue green algae blooms are growing in the reservoir in Aurora.
New Week, Same Weather StoryWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Evacuations Ordered At Cameron Peak FireThe Larimer County Sheriff's Office issued mandatory evacuations for residents in Red Feather and Crystal Lakes on Sunday.
La Niña Has Developed, Expected To Impact Colorado Weather This WinterLa Niña is a cooling of sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean near the equator.
Winter Park To Give Priority To Season Pass HoldersWinter Park will prioritize pass holders and suspend selling daily lift tickets this season in an effort to cut down on overcrowding.
Nearly All Wildfires In 24-Year Span Started By Humans, CU Study SaysA new study by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder finds humans were responsible for igniting 97% of home-threatening wildfires between 1992 and 2015 in the United States.
Copter4 Shows Destruction From Cameron Peak FireCopter4 flew over the burned hills and mountains in Larimer County on Sunday.
54 Buildings Destroyed In Cameron Peak FireA total of 54 buildings have been destroyed in the Cameron Peak Fire burning in Larimer County.
Enjoy The Break, Coloradans. Wildfire Smoke Will Return SoonThe smoke forecast has a return of wildfire smoke in the Fort Collins-Greeley area over the weekend.
Haze Starting To Return To The Skies In ColoradoWildfire smoke is gone now, but it will make a comeback starting this weekend.
2 Colorado Hunters Who Got Lost In September Snowstorm Use GPS To Lead Rescuers To ThemA father and son were rescued after getting lost in Tuesday's snowstorm on Colorado's Western Slope.
Coloradans Left Without Heat During Summer SnowstormSome Coloradans are living through this week's record cold with no heat.
Trees Downed All Over Colorado After Summer SnowstormSeveral crews were out all across the Denver metro area on Wednesday removing fallen tree branches thanks to the snowstorm on Tuesday.
Pine Gulch Fire, Largest In Colorado History, Nearly Contained At 95%Containment on the Pine Gulch Fire is nearly complete. On Wednesday, it was at 95% containment.
Summer Snow Helps Crews Hold Cameron Peak Fire At 102,596 AcresAfter explosive growth during the record heat over the Labor Day weekend, the summer snow helped firefighters keep the Cameron Peak Fire in check on Tuesday.
Falling Branches A Concern Day After September SnowstormProperty owners are encouraged to shake the heavy, wet snow off tree branches.

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