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Where to find great fall colors around Colorado: Mid-September 2014 edition

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - Leaves are changing color quickly now across the state. The change is slightly ahead of schedule thanks to the near record cold felt the second week of September. Don't worry, you still have plenty of time to catch the colors through the end of September and early October.

First cold snow of year on the way, some snow too

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - Cold and snow, for some, is on the way this week. The rain showers Tuesday and Wednesday are part of one of two systems to impact the week. The second, a cold one, moves in by Thursday and will be felt the most on Friday.

Longmont looks to improve, not just recover, from last year's flooding

thedenverchannel.com — LONGMONT, Colo. - Although flooding isn't rare to Longmont, the September flood was a 500-year type of event. Both the Left Hand and the St. Vrain Creeks run through the city, and both ran over their banks. As the St.

WATCH LIVE: Perseid meteor shower should be at its peak tonight

thedenverchannel.com — The year's best meteor shower should be tonight and in the wee hours of Wednesday. "The problem is the nearly full moon -- with 92 percent illumination -- is going to create so much light, that it'll be very hard to see the dozens of meteors per hour.

Supermoon: Yes, it does really look supersized Sunday

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - The moon is more than just the moon this weekend, it's super-sized. Well, in appearance that is. Thankfully, the weather will cooperate enough that most all of Colorado will have a clear enough sky to sneak at least a peek at it.

Fire threat remains low, but that can change quickly with drier weather

thedenverchannel.com — PIKE NATIONAL FOREST, Colo. - Colorado has had a relatively quiet fire season for 2014. Thankfully, a good snowpack from the winter and consistent rains this summer have kept that danger low. You may think it has been a "rainy" Colorado summer, but it's actually been an "average" summer of rain amounts and temperatures.

Lightning strike may have ignited Broomfield house fire

thedenverchannel.com — BROOMFIELD, Colo. - A mother and her 7-year-old son safely escaped a Broomfield house fire that may have been caused by a lightning strike. At about 1:50 p.m., the mother and son noticed smoke near a window of their home at 3771 Troon Circle.

Colorado ranks 7th for number of tornadoes

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - No state is immune from tornadoes, especially Colorado. All 50 states have had them, and Colorado is high on that list, ranked 7th for most tornadoes per year. Sure, most of those tornadoes happen on Colorado's plains. Weld County has had more than 250 tornadoes in the past 60 years, that's more than any other county in the US.

Hugo woman rode out storm that destroyed her barn under a mattress in the bathtub

thedenverchannel.com — HUGO, Colo. - Jennie Hoefler's plans for a relaxing evening were blown far off course Wednesday night. "I was going to take a shower and I heard the wind and a friend called me and said, 'You're under a tornado watch,'" she recalled.

Severe weather likely Wednesday

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - Today's severe weather risk is even higher than Tuesday's. With conditions favorable for tornadoes, hail, and wind it's a good idea to make afternoon adjustments to your plans so that you aren't caught off guard as so many folks were Tuesday.
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Oct 21, 2014

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