More than 175 brave people withstood temperatures around 10 degrees to leap into the new year this weekend.
Coloradans Still Picking Up Pieces Left From Late May SnowstormYards all over Colorado are still covered with tree limbs and other debris.
Blue River Community Saw Snow Piling Up During Last Week's StormSome in the Blue River neighborhood say they haven't seen that much snow this late in the year in a long time, or ever.
Power Outages Cause Inconvenience For Thousands After Powerful Colorado Spring StormMany street lights were without power in the Denver metro area, and dozens of businesses had to close due to power issues resulting from the spring snowstorm.
Young Owl Exasperated By Wild Colorado WeatherIf there was an expression that captured Colorado's mood after this latest curveball from Mother Nature, it might very well be this look from a young owl found by wildlife rangers Saturday.
Colorado Snowstorm Aftermath: What To Do With All Those Broken Branches!?Denver metro are residents saw tree branches fall under the weight of heavy snow, and now the cleanup begins.
Snow Causes Tricky Driving In Colorado's FoothillsAs the sun went down on Friday, and the snow kept falling, driving got trickier.
Late May Snowstorm Doesn't Seem To Faze Those In Estes ParkSome in Estes Park told CBS4 they're glad to see the snow in late May.
Winter Park & Arapahoe Basin Relish In Late May SnowstormA late May snowstorm came just in time for the last day of the season at Winter Park. Mary Jane will close on Saturday, May 21.
Coloradans Fight To Save Plants From Late May SnowstormUsing buckets, boxes, glass cloches and more, Colorado residents are doing everything they can to shield their plants from the freezing temperatures on the way. On Friday, CBS4 spotted several homes in the metro area ready for the snow.
High Country Travel Becomes A Mess During Late May SnowstormTraveling through the high country during this late May snowstorm is not advised.
Both Directions Of I-70 Closed At Vail Pass Due To Crashes & Hazmat SituationSeveral crashes closed a stretch of westbound and eastbound Interstate70 at Vail Pass on Friday night. One crash closed a 10-mile stretch of I-70 from exit 180 East Vail to exit 190 Vail Pass Summit.
Snow Begins To Stick To Grass In Douglas County Friday EveningCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Aguilera checks in from Douglas County.
Drivers Taking It Slow During May Snowstorm In EvergreenSnow started falling in Evergreen much earlier than many parts of the Denver metro area on Friday.
Pavement Melting Snow On South Side Of Denver Metro AreaAreas in Douglas County saw mostly wet, slushy conditions before sunset on Friday.
Westbound I-70 Closed At Vail Pass Due To Crash & Hazmat SituationA crash closed a stretch of westbound I-70 at Vail Pass on Friday night.
New Wildfire Prompts Evacuations In Montrose CountyEvacuations were ordered for another fire in Colorado on Thursday.
Some Colorado High Schools Pivot Graduation Venue Ahead Of Spring-Time SnowSome Colorado families are disappointed to celebrate graduation indoors instead of at Red Rocks thanks to incoming storm.
Boulder Valley School District Moves Some Graduation Ceremonies Inside Due To Snow, ColdBoulder Valley School District is moving some of its graduation ceremonies inside due to the forecasted snow and cold.
Coloradans Rushing To Protect Plants From Wallop Of A May StormWith an epic May storm winding up to punch Colorado, people are flooding garden centers and extension services with questions.
Fire Sparked By Apparent Lightning Strike At Great Sand Dunes National ParkLightning is being blamed for a fire at the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in southern Colorado. Park officials say the fire started along the road to get inside in the grassland.
Historic Wildfires In Other States Could Have Residual Impacts On ColoradoNew Mexico is dealing with historic wildfires which could impact national forests in Colorado.
Plumtaw Fire Burns 600 Acres North of Pagosa SpringsThe Plumtaw fire is burning north of Pagosa Springs.
#PlumtawFire Causing Evacuations For Residents Near Pagosa SpringsA new wildfire in Colorado is prompting evacuations for the Lost Valley of the San Juans in Mineral County. The Plumtaw Fire is burning about 5 miles northwest of the Pagosa Springs Airport.
Wildfire Risk Grows Tremendously For Colorado Homeowners Over 30 Years, Foundation SaysOver the next 30 years, many more Colorado homeowners will be at risk of wildfire.