The blowing snow is causing visibility issues and treacherous driving conditions.
NOAA Says More Unusually Warm Days AheadMeteorologist Chris Spears explains.
Hazy Skies Reappear In ColoradoOngoing wildfires in Colorado and Wyoming made for more hazy skies.
One Larimer County Resident Watching Over Home As Cameron Peak Fire GrowsA Larimer County residents is relying on his surveillance camera to show him his home is still okay as the Cameron Peak Fire grows.
Some Evacuations Lifted As Mullen Fire Grows SlightlyThe Mullen Fire burning north of Routt County grew slightly despite cooler weather on Sunday. The fire has charred nearly 78,000 acres in Wyoming.
Cooler Weather Gives Cameron Peak Firefighters A Small Upper HandThe Cameron Peak Fire virtually held steady at a little more than 124,000 acres in Larimer County. The fire is 21% contained.
Get Ready For Ski Season! Arapahoe Basin Started Making Snow This MorningA-basin is hoping to open mid October for the 2020 ski season.
Couple Watches Smoke Plume, Hopes For The Best As Cameron Peak Fire Grows SubstantiallyThe Cameron Peak Fire flared back up Saturday and burned more buildings.
Expect Traffic Delays & Lots Of Off-Road Parking Due To Fall ColorsThe annual pilgrimage to Colorado's high country to see golden, orange and red leaves means traffic backups and illegal parking in many places.
Hot, Dry & Windy Weather Fans Flames At Mullen FireThe Mullen Fire in Wyoming - just north of the Colorado state line - nearly doubled in size from Saturday to Sunday.
Cameron Peak Fire Reaches Beloved Shambhala Mountain CenterThe Larimer County Sheriff's Office reports crews were assessing new damage Sunday morning.
Mullen Fire Forces New Evacuations On SaturdayThe Mullen Fire burning in Wyoming, just north of Routt County, prompted new mandatory evacuations for those living along the Highway 10 corridor to the Colorado state line.
More Structures Damaged As Cameron Peak Fire Grows In Colorado History BookThe Cameron Peak Fire burning in Larimer County grew to be the third-largest wildfire in state history.
Colorado Doctors Unsure Of Bad Air Quality's Long-Term Impact On HealthSore throats, coughs and stinging eyes are symptoms many people have noticed on hazy days, but the impacts of long term exposure are a mystery.
Colorado Weather: Several Days Of Near Record Heat Will Raise The Fire DangerUnusually warm weather combined with extreme drought will significantly raise the fire danger in Colorado through Saturday
Largest Wildfire In Colorado's History Now 100% ContainedThe Pine Gulch Fire was spared by lightning on July 31 about 18 miles north of Grand Junction.
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.
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.
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.