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DENVER – A large, powerful autumn snowstorm slowly moved out of Colorado Thursday and trudged toward Nebraska and Kansas, causing blizzard-like conditions on the eastern plains and leaving in its wake treacherous roads and hundreds of canceled flights.
The storm dropped more than 3 feet of snow in areas of the foothills west of Denver and closed schools and businesses. Roads across the region remained snowpacked and icy, shutting down the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in western South Dakota.
"Big storms like these, they seem to come around every 10 to 12 years," said Kyle Fredin,
That raises a great point, thank your for pointing that our.
Originally posted by 65knowsbest
brace yourself....there is alot of crop on the fields....food price spikes and shortages not far behind
Lots of rain where I live too. It's not to often that the weather people are sure enough to say 100% chance of rain.
Originally posted by iamsupermanv2
is this the same system that is moving over east texas as well?
if so look for a lot of snow...bc the rain has been coming down allllll day. and more expected tonight and tomorrow...i think they said 6 inches?
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
I don't ever remember seeing snow before halloween
I saw snow 2 weeks ago, very odd to say the least
i've never worried about global warming
global cooling howerver.........