Colorado Parks and Wildlife is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a new operating agreement at John Martin Reservoir in Bent County.
Colorado statewide fishing report and conditions for February 22, 2019.
Colorado continues to see large drought improvements and increasing snowpack.
A winter storm watch in southeast Colorado has been upgraded to a warning for several counties, including Kiowa County.
Three to six inches of heavy snow is expected through the end of the warning at noon Saturday, with some areas potentially receiving more. Winds are expected to gust up to 55 miles per hour.
Update: the winter weather advisory for northeast and western Colorado expanded to eastern Colorado along the Interstate 25 corridor. The map of southeast Colorado shown below has been revised.
Snow will be returning to large portions of Colorado Friday, with advisories, watches and warning issued for numerous areas.
Ongoing storm could bring up to two feet of snow for parts of Colorado.
Exceptional drought - the worst category - has nearly exited Colorado for the first time in months.
While it may still be winter in Colorado, high fire danger will cover the southeast quadrant of the state Wednesday.
Latest fishing report and conditions from Colorado Parks and Wildlife for February 8, 2019
Despite drought improvements, snow water equivalent fell across the state.