“Where do we go to escape this?” The Marshall fire is Colorado’s new reality.
The Marshall fire’s spread through a densely developed, urban environment made one thing clear: Very few parts of Colorado are completely safe from wildfire.
Colorado heads into snowpack season with low reservoirs — but a twinge of hope
La Niña winter could mean dry winter for southern Colorado, but conditions better than this time last year.
Mudslides and flash flooding along Colorado’s burn scars could cause disasters, or mere travel delays, all summer long. Here’s why.
Last year’s historic wildfire season increased the area that’s prone to flooding, causing “an abnormal year of flooding events” this year, climate researcher says.
Nearly half of Colorado emerges from drought conditions while Western Slope remains dry and at risk for fire
Precipitation has quenched 48% of the state even as the Western Slope dries out