Kristen Rasmussen and her team study stormy weather in the Andean foothills of Argentina.
Colorado's hot summer days are spilling out of their regular timeframe. They are starting earlier (June) and staying later (September).
Bidding 2018 a hearty "thank you, next" tonight doesn't have to end in frostbite, a DUI or both (ouch).
As extreme drought encroached on Colorado and much of the Southwest this year, many eyes turned to the weekly U.S. Drought Monitor map.
It's not a guarantee, but El Niño-produced rainfall would relieve parched conditions in many parts of the drought-stricken Southwest.
A new study from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder predicts more rainfall on fewer, concentrated days leading to more intense flooding.
Dropsondes may just look like paper towel tubes, but they're responsible for predicting hurricane patterns and saving lives.
Bob Brakenridge studied floods half a world away. Then one struck in his own backyard.
Incident meteorologists go into fire zones with crews to forecast weather for firefighters.
Researchers say they need more data to understand the relationship between climate change and hailstorms.