Rain and snow will wind down for Southern Colorado late this afternoon and early evening. The main focus for heavier rain and snow will shift farther north leaving Southern Colorado much drier tonight than this morning. Slow down on the roads...plenty of slush and water that can still cause accidents. For the full forecast, click on the "weather" tab.
We usually think of California when we think of earthquakes, but they can happen here too.
And there's an effort Thursday to make sure we're all prepared.
It's called "The Great Shakeout," an earthquake drill held around the world, including right here in Colorado. This year, the drill is focusing on the fires that can start after a quake because of damaged utility lines.
For "The Great Rocky Mountain ShakeOut," 91,000 people from the region have signed up to participate, including 2,000 from Colorado. Though the drill is officially happening at 10:17 a.m., according the drill's website, a drill can be held anytime within two weeks of that date.
Want to learn more about what you need to know if an earthquake hits southern Colorado? Follow the link below.
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