The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released its 2012 US winter outlook. It says the western half of the US could be in for a dryer and warmer than average winter.
Winds picked up Tuesday night across the state, and on Wednesday morning plenty of Denverites woke up to tree debris littering their neighborhoods.
Dry conditions are likely to continue in the Rocky Mountain Region through at least December. That’s according to a new forecast from the Western Governors’ Association.
According to the National Weather Service, 2012 has been a very dry year for Denver with only 6.40 inches of precipitation through September 15th.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is reporting a giant sinkhole that opened up near Leadville on US24. Traffic is now diverting to Highway 91 near the gaping hole in the ground due to concerns it may grow.