Bomb Cyclone Blasts Through Great Plains, Stoking Fears Of More Flooding
Reuters reports a “bomb cyclone” blizzard swept out of the Rockies into the Great Plains on Wednesday.
Warm spring temperatures on Tuesday gave way to heavy snow, gale-force winds and life-threatening conditions.
The National Weather Service said the blizzard scoured a swath of the central United States running from Colorado to Minnesota.
The Colorado governor activated the National Guard, prompting fears of more flooding in areas still recovering from a deluge last month.