When it comes to weather in the Centennial State, change is the only constant. That means being prepared for every possibility, including wild temperature fluctuations and unexpected winter precipitation.
The National Weather Service’s data on Colorado’s flash floods, severe thunderstorms, and tornadoes don’t reveal many clear trends, but the reports do highlight the vast fluctuations in our weather system.
The Rocky Mountain Wolf Action Fund submitted more than 200,000 signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office in favor of reintroducing gray wolves. If enough are validated, the petition will become a 2020 ballot initiative.