The Second Bond Cyclone – Predicted

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The Second Bond Cyclone – Predicted

It has been Predicted that Colorado will go from 80 Degrees to A snowstorm.
The snowstorm warning issued for the Rockies and Plains areas is the second bomb cyclone prediction.
After the last month bomb cyclone, a man used a large powerful tractor to clear snow in Limon, Colorado, that was left by a bomb cyclone that affected most of the states.
It is predicted that people in the Rockies and Plains will be hit by a weather whiplash this week, as conditions go from balmy to snowstorm overnight.
National Weather Services says, as predicted the bomb cyclone will be high, around 80 degrees in Denver and other cities on Tuesday — but within 24 hours, snowstorm conditions are forecast.
Warm today. Snow tomorrow, in Denver and Boulder, Colorado, according to The national weather device (NWS), in Denver and Boulder, Colorado. Predicting temperatures that could be high on  Tuesday — followed by rain turning to snow, in a blast of cold air that will ride winds of 40-60 mph on Wednesday.
Most of the people residing in the central U.S. started the week with warnings of a possible winter storm. Now April blizzard that could bring whiteout conditions has been predicted.
And this is as a result of the intense drop in pressure, the development of second bomb cyclone in the system in less than a month.
The current warning is Winter storm Wednesday and Thursday. Be on alert for the latest information. Make alternate plans form Wednesday to Thursday.
Together with snow, the residents will also experience dangerous flooding, which will include towns in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and along the Missouri River, where people are still coping with the effects of last month’s floods.
According to the NWS office in Boulder, on Wednesday morning heavy snow will arise in the mountains, from there it may spread across the plains on Wednesday afternoon. The Forecasters snowstorm warning for northeast Colorado is from noon Wednesday to noon Thursday.
The warnings for snowstorm have reached several states, like from the Dakotas and Colorado to parts of Iowa, Nebraska, and Minnesota.
On Sunday and Monday, Storm will come from the shore of Pacific Ocean bringing heavy rainfall and floods to Oregon, where evacuation orders were issued in the Eugene area, as reported on Monday by Oregon Public Broadcasting. The Storm is also expected to affect  Idaho and Montana as it gets closer to its expected meeting with cold air.

A ‘Bomb Cyclone’ will hard hit the Central U.S:

Because the higher terrain snow is expected to arise in the early hours of Wednesday and then spread eastward, stated the National Weather Service office in Colorado. Precipitation will start  as rain but then change to snow during the day as colder air moves into the area.”
Forecasters are not yet sure about the areas the snowfall might accumulate,  but the snow could be similar to last month’s snowstorm. Some areas of South Dakota could be more than 24 inches heavy, wet snow, the national weather services (NWS) office in Sioux Falls stated. While other parts of the state and neighboring part of the state might see only a few inches.
The current update on the predicted snowfall degree with the upcoming April snowstorm. It will start with rainfall on Tuesday and then gradually change to snow on Wednesday and Wednesday night, then continue into early Friday.
The sudden change will be similar to the way the inland bomb cyclone formed in March when the weather in the Rockies and Great Plains suddenly changed from clear skies and degree of the 50s and 60s to rain, snow and howling winds.
It’s not surprising for residents of these parts of the U.S. to experience sudden change from warm temperatures to snow in the springtime. But the intensity level of the coming switch has caught the attention forecasters. They have a sound strong warning — telling people to keep a cautious eye on conditions that could quickly turn dangerous.
Winter storm normally take place sometime in April, the National Weather Service’s Kari Fleegel told South Dakota Public Broadcasting ‘s Gary Ellenbolt. “However, the predictions made right now are pretty rare. Many of them  might be recorded territory.”
The national weather services (NWS) office urges people to shift any travel plan to account for a storm that it now expects to bring snow in two waves, from 3 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and  Thursday starting from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m. Friday.
Sounding warning of blizzard for west central Minnesota Tuesday, the Twin Cities the national weather services (NWS) office asked the residents If they have taken their winter safety items out of the car for the season? Is time to put them back in your vehicle.

If you’re not sure of the “bomb cyclone” term, we reported last month:

The weather condition knows as ‘bomb cyclone’ is a storm that intensifies very quickly through a process called bombogenesis, in which barometric pressure falls by at least 24 millibars over 24 hours.
That’s what part of central U.S. experienced, where just one day before blizzard conditions hit, while many areas like Denver were enjoying sunny weather in the 50s and 60s.

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