It may be a cliché, but when it comes to predicting summer water reserves, we really do take it one day at a time.
After a slow start to winter, December and January bring record moisture to the Colorado River Basin.
After a slow, dry start to the snow season, this year’s precipitation rebound became the most dramatic on record.
Denver Water’s caretakers and equipment operators often battle harsh conditions to keep the water flowing.
The plowed snow piling up in the town contains too many impurities to dump into the nearby reservoir.