Colorado crop progress and conditions for the week ending November 1, 2020, from the USDA.
Colorado crop progress and condition report from the USDA for the week ending October 18, 2020.
As drought conditions in western Colorado continue to degrade, 60 percent of the state is now in extreme or exceptional drought - the two worst categories - according to the latest report from the National Drought Mitigation Center. Much of the state experienced above average temperatures and little to no precipitation during the week.
Colorado is facing another weekend of high fire risk as drought intensifies.
Colorado crop progress and condition report from the USDA for the week ending October 4, 2020.
Colorado crop progress and conditions as reported by the USDA for the week ending September 27, 2020.
After weeks of increasingly intensifying drought, Colorado saw some slight improvements.
Crop progress and conditions in Colorado as reported by the USDA for the week ending September 13, 2020.
Agriculture news and information from the Eads USDA Service Center in Kiowa County, Colorado.
Extreme drought grew to cover more than half of Colorado according to the latest report from the National Drought Mitigation Center.
In northwest and north central Colorado, extreme conditions expanded to cover all or portions of Rio Blanco, Moffat, Routt, Jackson, Larimer and Grand counties. Along the Front Range, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Boulder, Jefferson, Adams, Denver, Arapahoe and Douglas counties also saw severe conditions shift to extreme drought.