Wolf Creek Ski Area plans to kick off Colorado’s ski season on Saturday; A-Basin opens Sunday
Wolf Creek received more than a foot of snow from a storm that pounded the high country this week
Why climate change is making it harder to peep leaves
In Denver, high temperatures have left “dead, dry edges of leaves” early in the season, said Michael Sundberg, a certified arborist in the area
Heavy smoke from West Coast wildfires is expected to blanket Colorado this weekend
Fine particulate matter in the air will be worse Saturday than most other days this year, said Russell Danielson, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Boulder.
The West is baking, burning and drying out. These numbers explain why and how.
"It is a story of cascading impacts," climate scientist John Abatzoglou said, as the West weathers "an epically dry year followed by incredible heat the last two months and now we have fires."
What’s behind the heat wave that hit the American West?
A “megadrought" that's partially caused by climate change has sucked the moisture out of the soil through much of the Western United States.
Here are 5 hot weather facts about Denver amid a sweltering week
Warning: This will not cool you down.
Northwest Colorado under “extremely critical” fire warning for first time in 15 years as Western Slope drought worsens
About 45% of Colorado, all west of the Continental Divide, now in some state of drought
Weld County tornado destroys 2 homes, damages other buildings
Following a survey of the damage, the National Weather Service rated the tornado as an EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale
Tornado touches down in Weld County, causing damage but no injuries
The tornado dropped down near Weld County roads 19 and 28 shortly before 5:30 p.m.
Some Colorado utility consumers could pay more than $550 for February storm
Consumer advocates still pursuing questions of why gas supplies for Front Range shot up so much when the cold hit Texas hardest.
While Colorado’s eastern half revels in rain, the Western Slope is still stuck in a drought
Ute Mountain Utes and other farmers and ranchers plan radical cutbacks in planting and grazing, as snowpack and runoff in some areas approaches 30% of normal.
Mother Nature sucker punched a Western Slope peach orchard. Now the farm is putting trees up for adoption.
The 2021 peach crop in Palisade is forecast to be good. But orchards to the south, like Ela Family Farms near Hotchkiss, are trying everything to survive after a tree-killing fall freeze.
Nicolais: April snow showers always throw me for a loop
Just like Charlie Brown trying to kick Lucy’s football, I am always caught making spring plans when a late snowstorm arrives
Weekend snowstorm, at 27.1 inches, was Denver’s 4th largest dating back 140 years
The weekend snowstorm closed roads, shut down Denver International Airport for two days, and kept schools, businesses and governments closed on Monday
Denver International Airport shuts down its runways, I-70 through the mountains is closed as heavy snow pounds Colorado
The Colorado Department of Transportation warned that road closures are highly likely and asked people not to make unnecessary trips.
Is Colorado’s power grid in shape for a Texas-size storm? Yes, mostly.
Northern Colorado had its own cold-weather challenge Sunday, making it through despite a notice to customers to turn down their thermostats
Grape disappointment: Colorado vineyards say an October freeze will chill their 2021 vintage
Bad luck merges with the pandemic to cork the state’s wine production, but past years’ surplus provides solace
“Lots of structure loss” after East Troublesome fire’s explosion into Grand Lake, but changing weather slows march toward Estes Park
Massive Grand County fire charred another 50,000 acres Thursday, topping 170,000 acres to become the second largest fire in Colorado's history
Dry weather worsens in Colorado; 17% of state is in “exceptional drought”
The drought is happening just a year after most of Colorado was declared drought-free.