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A Second Bomb Cyclone: Colorado Predicted To Go From 80 Degrees To A Blizzard

A "potentially historic spring blizzard" will hit this week, according to the National Weather Service office in Aberdeen, S.D.
Blizzard warnings have been issued for the Rockies and Plains areas, where a second bomb cyclone is predicted. Here, a man uses a bulldozer to clear snow in Limon, Colo., that was left by a bomb cyclone that swept across much of the state last month. Source: RJ Sangosti

A weather whiplash is predicted to hit people in the Rockies and Plains this week, as conditions go from balmy to blizzard overnight. The high is predicted to be around 80 degrees in Denver and other cities Tuesday — but within 24 hours, blizzard conditions are forecast, the National Weather Service says.

"Warm today. Snow tomorrow," says , predicting temperatures that could hit record highs Tuesday — followed by rain turning

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