How February snows have helped shape Colorado's 2019 - 2020 snow season

It's been a roller coaster winter for Colorado, and February was certainly no exception. January was warm and dry, and many people feared it signaled the end of winter and beginning of drought. But after a »

State of the Snowfall Season

In many respects, the last few weeks have been epic for snowfall on some of the state's mountain ranges. Near Crested Butte, totals have climbed above »

The State of the Atmosphere: Monday, December 26, 2016

We hope you all had a wonderful and happy holiday weekend. For those living along the northern Front Range and northeast plains, we hope you enjoyed »

A Look Back at March 2016; Mountain Snowpack Update

March featured one of Denver's biggest blizzards in years, and huge snowfall totals for the north-central mountains, but featured warmer than normal temperatures across the state, »

Tuesday PM Update: Good Snow for Northern Mountains; Update on Late Week System

You'll recall from our last system (many weeks ago...) that the Canadian was out front in forecasting snow, and by the time the GFS caught up, »

Colorado Snowpack Update: Recent Big Snows Mean Some Recovery

We last updated you on Colorado's snowpack nearly a month ago on February 12, and the picture we painted was a grim one for much of »

Snowpack Is Up But So Too is The Avalanche Danger

Colorado's snowpack seeing much needed boost Colorado's weather pattern has shifted to a much snowier and colder one than we had previously been experiencing. The negative »