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As we approach what would typically be monsoon season in the Centennial State, the ongoing La Niña weather pattern we’ve been experiencing is looking as if it will stay put. That could mean worsening drought conditions across Colorado and the Southwest.
For 44 years, Aspen has been home to the world’s only nonprofit gay ski week. While the popular event is hosting virtual celebrations this year, the organizers are hoping community support will help them get to their 45th anniversary in 2022.
From an extended, hot and dry summer to a rare derecho and the catastrophic fire season, 2020’s weather events drove us into the statewide drought conditions that exist today. But these extremes might not be that abnormal moving forward.