Blizzard Warnings Posted from Colorado to Minnesota

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The potentially historic April storm, according to the NWS, was expected to begin to impact the area on Tuesday evening with widespread rain that would turn to heavy, wet snow by Wednesday and Wednesday evening.

Winter storm watches have been posted by the National Weather Service in parts of six states, from central Montana and Utah's Wasatch to southwest Minnesota.

Like our system in March, the worst of the wind will be along and EAST of I-25, but bluster conditions are still expected through the metro areas Wednesday evening. One last round of snow shoveling for the season also is possible.

"An Extreme Risk of fire danger is in place in the Storm Prediction Center's Fire Weather Outlook for the Southern High Plains".

Although summer and winter weather experienced in such a short time span might seem extremely unusual to many of us, for Colorado residents, it's just a normal part of living in the Centennial State.

While the blizzard is ongoing to our northwest, we will see a raw day Wednesday in the 40s with a chance of light rain.

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The winter storm watch includes Nicollet, Le Sueur, Blue Earth, Waseca, Rice and Steele counties, in addition to others across the region. In Denver, the temperatures reached 80 degrees on Tuesday, with the forecast for 50 degrees on Wednesday and 37 degrees on Thursday. This rapidly intensifying storm could strengthen fast enough to "bomb out" and earn the name "bomb cyclone."

"Durango could get a dusting or a trace" of snow, he said.

Warm temperatures south of the massive blizzard may bring the threat of severe weather to the Midwest.

"We look back at the top 10 largest snow events and we've seen several 10-inch events in April stretching back to 1893", Hewett said.

Spring may have finally arrived, but the latest reports from the National Weather Service show that the Midwest won't be experiencing it just yet.

The phrase bomb cyclone has re-entered the news this week as parts of the central US face severe weather.

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To the north, the storm will affect states like Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Today is the calm before the storm.

The weather will stay cool and unsettled for Denver and the eastern plains through Saturday with periods of snow flurries and rain showers.

"The problem is that we're not getting any time for the water to recede and things to dry out, so the levees can't be fixed; houses can't be fixed; crops can't be planted", he said.

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