In Denver, a few inches of snow meant for a rough commute, but high winds on the eastern plains will likely continue Thursday morning.
Bomb Cyclone, Bombogenesis Or Just A Spring Wednesday In Colorado — Whatever You Call It, Here's What's Happening
The Front Range is expecting temps dropping as the day progresses with increasing wind, rain and eventually snow in late afternoon.
The high waters of last month's bomb cyclone trapped hundreds of people in their homes, damaged or destroyed hundreds of miles of roads and dozens of buildings, disrupted water supplies to thousands and prompted the governor of South Dakota to send in the National Guard .
It’s not unusual for floods, snow and fire to co-exist in the Rockies. Also normal are the fire warnings issued for eastern Colorado on Monday. But what is unusual is what’s coming next.
And get this: Their last name is Winter.
The Bomb Cyclone On Wednesday: Road Closures, Cold Cattle and Power Outages Expected To Last All Night
Xcel has called in reinforcements and the airport's going to be a mess, but at least we know it's officially a "bomb cyclone."
High winds, lots of snow and an intense pressure drop all add up to what will likely be a historic event, even by Colorado standards, meteorologists say.
Snowstorms and wind have caused large and dangerous avalanches, some of which have covered I-70 in snow and closed the highway. And it may keep coming.
The leaks and corrosion can be traced to cost-cutting that dictated construction compromises.