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Where has Spring gone?

Updated: 05/13/2010 - It's been a long cold winter, the fifth coldest on record as a matter of fact. This unseasonable cold streak has many residents wondering if summer's ever coming.

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El Nino causing a "Wild" fire season

Updated: 05/07/2010 - Firefighters and BLM officials are gearing up for a busy fire season. They say it's all because of changes in the weather.

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Fire season heating up, officials offer tips

Updated: 05/04/2010 - Nationwide, fires cost almost $8.6 billion in property damage each year and with burn season upon us, officials want to make sure you’re prepared.

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21-car pileup shuts down I-70 near Frisco

Posted: 05/03/2010 - Interstate 70 is open and weather conditions have improved a day after a 21-car-pile up temporarily closed eastbound Interstate 70 just west of Frisco.

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Mother Nature battling the Fat Tire Festival

Updated: 04/30/2010 - The Fruita Fat Tire Festival marks the official beginning to Colorado's mountain bike season. But mother nature is trying all she can to put a damper on this weekend's festivities.

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125 mph winds in Nevada hamper travel, cut power

Posted: 04/27/2010 - Winds gusting in excess of 100 mph have downed power lines in northern Nevada, causing power outages for thousands of residents in Reno and wreaking havoc with travel.

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Mountain biking driving an economic increase

Updated: 04/27/2010 - Sunny skies and warmer temperatures have people coming out in record numbers to enjoy outdoor activities on the Western Slope. Those record numbers mean one industry is growing by leaps and bounds: mountain biking.

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Farmers say late bloomers could mean bigger crops

Updated: 04/20/2010 - With daytime highs reaching the upper 70s over the past week many plants and trees around the Grand Valley are in full bloom, but the cooler-than-normal start to spring has some blooms lagging behind.

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Storms could bring snow, flash floods to S. Colo.

Posted: 04/16/2010 - Storms moving into Colorado are expected to dump up to a foot of snow in the southwest mountains and unleash heavy rains that could cause flash floods in the south-central part of the state.

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