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Last month, a deadly bomb cyclone hit Colorado and Nebraska, killing several people.

Parts of the Midwest, including bomb cyclone-hit Nebraska, might also see a new round of flash flooding.

The National Weather Service in Chanhassen issued a winter storm watch for Morrison, Mille Lacs, Todd and Wadena counties as well as the Twin Cities metro area, extending south to the Minnesota-Iowa border.

Wednesday and Thursday will be a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day as a strong cold front will bring snow, colder temperatures and damaging winds.

The Red River is experiencing significant flooding because of melting snow with this new storm likely prolonging the high water.

"Monday in Portland is going to be a dreary day with a mix of rain and snow", Schroeter said. Roughly 1-3 inches are expected to accumulate, Barlow said. Rain will turn to snow Wednesday. Snow may be heavy at times, with the worst of the storm coming Thursday afternoon, the Weather Service reported.

#AccordingToAllTheExperts...a risky spring storm system will bring multiple weather hazards to the USA today and tomorrow.

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"We're calling it historic because of the widespread heavy snow. And we're looking for general storm totals of between 1 and 2 feet of snow between northwest Nebraska, most of South Dakota, into west-central Minnesota", Moehler says.

Snow was already falling at a rate of up to 2 inches (5.08 centimeters) per hour in northeastern South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota on Wednesday, with the brunt of the storm not expected until Thursday. Caribou has had continuous snow cover since November 10, 2018, and 23 inches of snow remain on the ground in a region that has seen 158.5 inches over the course of the season, according to the weather service. The closer the storm is to its destination, the more accurate the data will be.

According to the National Weather Service (NWS), high spring temperatures will give way to heavy snow, gale-force winds and life-threatening conditions across a swath of the central areas of the nation running from the Rockies to the Great Lakes.

Blizzard warning stretch across 6 states. Power outages and tree damage also are possible.

Springtime is delivering slingshot temperatures to Colorado, with summerlike weather on Tuesday and a blizzard in store on Wednesday.

Winter is having one final party in the Midwest this week and parts of MI will feel it.

Check back with wctrib.com for updates on the forecast as more information becomes available from the National Weather Service becomes.


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