Posted 10:31 AM 3/29/2013 by Stephen Bowers
The National Weather Service in Pueblo has scheduled major upgrades to the radar located in northern Pueblo County, and those upgrades begin this weekend.
NWS' radar will be out of service beginning Saturday March 30 for two weeks while the upgrades take place, bringing new "dual-pol" (More)
Posted 9:05 PM 3/27/2013 by Mike Daniels
The storm track has been focused over the northern mountains of Colorado much of the past 2 months and that has brought epic snow totals to the area. At Arapahoe Basin 10 feet of snow has fallen over the past 2 months. Even better news at the Loveland Ski resort, almost 12 feet of snow has piled up just in the past 60 days.
Posted 3:30 PM 3/24/2013 by Lacey Steele
When weather conditions get too bad to drive, CDOT makes the decision to close the roads.
That's what happened yesterday on many roads, including I-25 between Pueblo and Fountain.Some of you asked us on Facebook why the road didn't close sooner, saying it was extremely (More)
Posted 2:17 PM 3/23/2013 by Matt Stafford
C-DOT has closed US HWY 50 east of Pueblo in both directions from Pueblo to Rocky Ford. Crews say the closure is due to conditions in the area getting worse. Now word on when the highway will reopen.More Stories from 3/23/2013
Posted 10:59 AM 3/17/2013 by Matt Stafford
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Calmer weather is expected to help crews fighting a wildfire that has scorched between 750 and 1,000 acres west of Fort Collins.Nick Christensen, spokesman for the Larimer County Sheriff's Department, says strong winds that caused havoc Friday had died down (More)
Posted 2:25 PM 3/5/2013 by Elaine Sheridan
El Paso County road crews are working on cleaning roads in the eastern part on the county.
All the main roads are cleared and sanded and now the focus is on rural and residential areas.
This is a loader-mounted blower working on a gravel road this morning in one of the many areas that have drifts from last night's storm as well as leftover snow that drifted from the previous storm.
Posted 1:55 PM 3/3/2013 by Jennifer Jacobs
Winter is over, well the "meteorological winter" that is. It is a three month period that runs from Dec 1st to the end of February. It is the coldest three month period of the year in the northern hemisphere. This was proven to be true this winter in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Actually, we were (More)
Posted 9:07 PM 2/25/2013 by Connie Murphy
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -- The nation's midsection again dealt with blizzard conditions Monday, closing highways, knocking out power to thousands in Texas and Oklahoma and even bringing hurricane-force winds to the Texas Panhandle. Two people have died.
Already under a deep snowpack from last (More)
Posted 9:53 AM 2/17/2013 by Matt Stafford
DENVER (AP) - An avalanche overtook a group of 15 skiers at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, but no serious injuries were reported. A statement released by the Summit County resort says an A-Basin ski patroller was leading a group of 14 skiers when the avalanche was triggered in west (More)
Posted 3:44 PM 2/12/2013 by Joe Bevans
DOHA, Qatar (AP) - A NASA study found that an amount of freshwater almost the size of the Dead Sea has been lost in parts of the Middle East due to poor management, increased demands for groundwater and the effects of a 2007 drought. The study, to be published Friday in Water Resources Research (More)
Posted 10:04 AM 2/10/2013 by Matt Stafford
FRASER, Colo. (AP) - Authorities say a charter bus filled with more than three dozen members of a Littleton church rolled off a snowpacked roadway west of Fraser, but the few reported injuries were minor. The Colorado State Patrol says the bus went off the side of Grand County Road 50 (More)