Michael Elizabeth Sakas interviews Jerry Mallett, president of Colorado Headwaters, in the Homestake Creek valley between near Red Cliff in March 2021. Mallett’s group works to restore and protect areas like this one, where a proposed dam could be situated. (Hart Van Denburg/CPR News)
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- The governor and backers are building support for a potential passenger train between Pueblo and Fort Collins, which would face voters and a narrow window for federal funding.
- Denver and other parts of the northern Front Range will continue to see temperatures in the high 80s Thursday, but forecasters expect it to get chilly next week.
- There’s a slight chance for moisture on the far Eastern Plains on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
- Chances of rain and thunderstorms are relatively low Monday — however, there’s a higher chance for storms to develop in the late afternoon over the foothills.
- A bare-bones rail line would share track with freight trains and operate only up to six trips a day.
- A preview of fall weather is expected after next weekend for Front Range residents.