Updated: 3:27 PM Severe storm threats are ending for this week. We expect it to return next week.
Posted: 3:28 PM With weak snow, Colorado ski visits were down nearly 10 percent.
Updated: 10:43 PM NASA hosted a watch party for the rare celestial phenomenon known as the Venus Transit, when Venus trekked across the face of the sun.
Posted: 10:30 AM A powerful line of severe storms marched across the eastern plains of Colorado Saturday, producing hail and small rain-wrapped tornadoes.
Posted: 12:12 PM Most of Colorado is in a moderate to extreme drought, and the outlook for June offers little hope for improvement.
Posted: 9:50 AM Scientists say the world's air has reached a troubling new milestone for carbon dioxide, the main global warming pollutant.
Posted: 9:22 AM The head of the National Weather Service has suddenly retired and the agency is seeking emergency funding from Congress because of allegations of financial mismanagement and money shifting within the agency.
Updated: 8:47 AM A massive wildfire in southwestern New Mexico's Gila National Forest is now the largest fire in state history.
Posted: 12:20 PM High winds and hot temperatures are expected across Colorado for the start of the Memorial Day weekend, raising renewed concerns about wildfires.
Updated: 4:06 PM Due to wind shear and microburst activity, two planes headed to land in Denver were diverted to Colorado Springs.
Posted: 10:03 AM Meteorologists say unseasonable weather pushed last month to the fifth warmest April on record worldwide.
Updated: 5:09 PM A bit cool, with a some afternoon and evening showers/t-showers...then warmer and drier for the work-week.
Updated: 9:32 PM Rain and snow showers will continue to end through the night. Patchy dense fog possible in the morning...
Posted: 10:17 AM The biggest and brightest full moon of the year will arrive Saturday night as our celestial neighbor passes closer to Earth than usual.
Posted: 12:44 PM The National Weather Service pronounced the two-year La Nina finished on Thursday.
Updated: 12:10 AM A single hail storm in 2011 caused more than $160 million in damage statewide. Here are a few tips to make sure your protected.
Posted: 9:14 AM Your Wednesday looks like another record setting day. Highs will surge into the 80s for most locations, with a few lower 90s in the Arkansas Valley.
Posted: 9:04 AM Thank our warmer than normal late winter and early spring for the arrival of the miller moth...
Updated: 12:41 PM Much needed moisture in the form of showers and a few t'storms will arrive this afternoon, lasting through early evening.
Updated: 6:18 AM Lightning is one of the most underrated severe weather hazards, yet ranks as the second-leading weather killer in the United States, next to flash floods.
Posted: 12:25 PM While the United States baked to its hottest March by far, the rest of the world took a break last month from ever increasing temperatures.
Updated: 10:52 PM While an isolated rain/snow shower remains possible, most areas will remain dry...
Posted: 3:48 PM The National Weather Service confirms that a tornado has touched down in Norman, Okla.
Posted: 9:07 AM Maintenance crews worked Thursday to clear roads after a storm dumped several inches of hail on parts of the Texas Panhandle, trapping motorists in muddy drifts that were waist-to-shoulder high.