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The Forecast Calls For A Warm Fall. After That Are More Bomb Cyclones Ahead? Stay Tuned.

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Heavy wet snow driven by powerful winds whipped around downtown Denver on Wednesday March, 13 2019 as the Bomb Cyclone blizzard moved in. On the 16th Street Mall, shuttle bus service was suspended.

Much of Colorado sweated through record heat last weekend. The state’s assistant climatologist, Becky Bolinger, says the fall outlook calls for temperatures to stay above average and a chance for more moisture than usual. We also asked Bolinger for a peek ahead at the upcoming winter and spring. Are more bomb cyclones coming our way?