In less than six months, Colorado has dropped from nearly half of the state in the worst drought categories to less than one percent.
"Bomb cyclones" takes blizzard intensity to new levels - how do these storms work?
Nearly half of Colorado was in the worst drought categories. Less than six monthly later, conditions have improved dramatically.
Extreme, exceptional drought mostly disappear from Colorado as snow storms continue.
Colorado continues to see large drought improvements and increasing snowpack.
Exceptional drought - the worst category - has nearly exited Colorado for the first time in months.
All Colorado river basins at or above 100 percent despite increase in drought-impacted area.
Despite drought improvements, snow water equivalent fell across the state.
Frigid conditions will affect millions over the coming days. Is there a connection to climate change?