Effects of Blizzards Linger on Easter Plains

It may be months before ranchers in southeastern Colorado get a complete picture of what they lost during the two recent blizzards. Some livestock are still missing and the snow is piled high. But that snow isn't necessarily all bad. The storms mean additional water on the Eastern Plains and along the Front Range. Ryan Warner talks to Terry Fankhauser, executive vice president of the Colorado Cattlemen's Association, and state climatologist Nolan Doesken.