Record threatening snowstorm for Denver while record challenging heat for East Coast

Written by on May 17, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments

A pattern of extremes continues with a record breaking cold system sliding through the West, set to drop 2-4ft of snow in the Western high country while record low/mid 90s swelter the Eastern Seaboard.

An unusually cold storm is expected to drop at least a couple of inches on Denver while 2 FEET may fall on Cheyenne, Wyo.

This could be Denver’s biggest snowstorm for so late in the season in 42 years!

This is likely to cause power outages with major tree damage a big concern.



Significant tree damage seen up in Missoula, MT.

NWS Missoula

Meanwhile it’s looking and feeling like JULY on the East Coast.

Check out the scene from Rehoboth Beach, DE earlier today.





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