Rainfall four times greater than what is typical in May speeds year-long recovery, though far southeastern part of Colorado still struggles with exceptional drought conditions
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Colorado may have its best boating season in over a decade thanks to this winter’s large snowfall
But if the deep snow melts too fast, the rafting season that might have been could end in a rush of dangerous water and debris.
It’s about to get dangerously cold in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe.
Forecasters warn wind chill could drop to as low as minus 50 degrees over the northeast plains Wednesday night.
There will be a total eclipse of the moon on Election Day. Here’s what you need to know.
Tuesday will mark the last total lunar eclipse until March 2025
Is Colorado using the right weather words when it’s time for an “alerta”?
tudies show warnings may not be strong enough in Spanish or in English, as climate change disasters increase demand for motivational language
Colorado’s fall is going to be warm and dry, climatologists say
Latest Drought Monitor shows little relief in coming months, but forecasters say another La Niña will help kick-start Colorado winter
As summers heat up, Colorado changes how heat advisories are issued
National Weather Service in Colorado adopts HeatRisk index, which uses local climate data to determine what the hazards could be to people
You’re not imagining it: It’s been windier than usual in Colorado, and that’s a big problem
They’re not just annoying. High winds increase fire danger and take a bite out of Colorado agriculture and tourism.
There was no red flag warning the day of the Marshall fire. Forecasters are now rethinking their standards.
The National Weather Service in Boulder is reviewing how it warns the public about high fire danger after embers carried by 100 mph wind gusts exploded into the most destructive inferno in Colorado history. The office said it plans to review the standards it uses to declare red flag warnings, and whether to reduce the […]
Up to 1,000 homes may have burned in Marshall fire as snow stops spread
BOULDER COUNTY — The Marshall fire may have destroyed as many as 1,000 homes east of Boulder, authorities said Friday as improving weather and an incoming snowstorm eliminated the risk of Colorado’s most destructive fire getting even worse. Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said there have been no fatalities reported and that no people are […]