Boost to Colorado Snowpack May Lessen Wildfire Risk

Climate Central: As recently as late March it appeared that most of the West, including Colorado, was headed for a long, and tinderbox-dry spring and summer, with the effects of a long-running drought becoming ever more apparent in the form of dwindling water supplies and destructive wildfires. Many officials feared a repeat of last year's disastrous wildfire season, when Colorado saw its most destructive wildfire on record strike the Colorado Springs area. And then winter finally arrived, in April, when the weather......

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