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March retail numbers boosted by weather

Thanks to an earlier Easter holiday and unseasonably warm weather, retailers in March saw solid sales growth, according to figures from the National Retail Federation. Continue Reading March retail numbers boosted by weather

Natural gas prices are falling again as balmy weather stretches across most of the nation and supplies remain plentiful. Natural gas dropped 5 cents to $2.215 per 1,000 cubic feet in trading in New York. That’s the lowest price in a decade. The price has dropped about 26 percent this year. Warm winter weather has… Continue Reading Natural gas falls on spell of balmy US weather

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The winter and early spring have been extreme across the West, with record snowpacks bringing joy to skiers and urban water managers but severe flood risks to northern Utah, Wyoming and Montana. And despite all the wet weather in the Rockies and Sierra Nevada, parts of eastern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona are in severe… Continue Reading La Nina fueling fire, flooding in the west

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Storm bringing May snow to mountains

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Weather forecasters are keeping an eye on a storm that could bring up to two feet of snow to the north-central Colorado mountains this week. The National Weather Service says the storm is expected to arrive Tuesday evening in Colorado and move across the state Wednesday. If temperatures dip low enough, areas near the Wyoming… Continue Reading Storm bringing May snow to mountains

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Spring storm dumps on city

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A massive spring storm dumped as much as 16 inches of snow in some areas along the front range. The accumulation caused a number of overnight highway and road closures. Continue Reading Spring storm dumps on city

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The weekend started early for hundreds of Colorado students with a snow day, as drivers dealt with a storm that brought snowy, icy roads. Rocky Mountain National Park reported 10 inches of snow near Bear Lake as of 8 a.m. Friday. The National Weather Service said Boulder and Fort Collins reported about four inches. Multiple… Continue Reading Snow day for some Colorado kids, slush for drivers

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now storms are sweeping across the Front Range today and have already caused a number of business and school delays and closures. Continue Reading Snow hits Springs, slows traffic, causes closures

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The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings for 6 p.m. today through 6 a.m. Saturday for Aspen and Vail, with 8 to 18 inches of snow possible before it’s all over. Along the Front Range, snow was expected to start falling late Thursday and into Friday, although warm temperatures this week might keep snow… Continue Reading Strong cold front bringing heavy snow to mountains

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