After a short reprieve following some rain and snow during the past week, fire danger is again rising for southern Colorado.
Weather & Climate
Portions of western Colorado saw some improvement in drought conditions while the south-central part of the state saw further expansion of extreme drought conditions...
Extreme drought expanded into south central Colorado and spread further in the southwest part of the state over the past week.
The first weekend of spring starts off with high fire danger spanning five states, including Colorado.
For the fourth consecutive day, portions of southeast Colorado will be under a red flag warning due to the high risk of fire across the region, while several inches...
Despite the official end of winter still days away, fire risk continues across southeast Colorado Friday and Saturday.
Dry conditions persisted in Colorado over the past week, resulting in a significant expansion of extreme drought in the southeast corner of the state - a further...
Fire danger is in the rise again for southern Colorado, along with southwest Kansas, the Oklahoma panhandle, northwest Texas and eastern New Mexico.
While the end of winter is over a week away, Colorado continues to see increases in drought and high fire risk. A red flag warning for high fire danger will be in...
While reservoir levels are high in anticipation of spring releases, severe and extreme drought has continued to spread in Colorado.
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Drought conditions, high temperatures, gusty wind and low humidity are combining to create a weekend of high fire danger across eastern Colorado.
Last week brought relatively minor changes to drought conditions in Colorado, and no help for extreme drought conditions that recently developed in the southwest.
After a short reprieve, elevated fire risk is returning to eastern Colorado to close the week.
A low pressure system moving over Colorado Wednesday will be accompanied by a temperature drop off from Tuesday's highs. Highs will be in the 50s Wednesday and...