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-- -- now all right we're tracking this massive storm as it moves east where there you see the map with heavy snow expected from.
Colorado all the way to Minnesota and -- for severe weather in the central plains and western Great Lakes -- -- why -- -- fox extreme weather center and yet this this pretty extreme for for this month.
Yes that's drivers seem that weather pattern that's very typical for this time of the year this is -- typical spring -- snowstorm where you have that snow associated with the system.
And ahead of it tends to get very warm you have all of the ingredients in place to actually -- severe weather.
And his -- that seeing in parts of the center of the country are also.
I used to seeing that during this -- of the year some very typical for April.
It anyone's having fun and it's in this though as far as -- snow goes has -- ski resorts.
Across portions of the Rockies -- the storm right now dumping a lot of heavy snow across sections of Colorado like you mentioned parts of the Wyoming Montana.
And some of the heaviest snow right now coming down across parts of South Dakota and central parts of this -- could actually see.
Twenty inches us now went to two feet forecast across sections of Colorado and also into Wyoming it hasn't -- heavy snow that we're expecting some of these areas.
And also the wind.
-- -- thirty even forty miles per hour at times we do have -- winter storm warnings in effect and even blizzard warnings in effect.
During -- -- across sections of Colorado and even northeastern parts of you talk.
Had an assist and we do have a fuel for the thunderstorms that warm humid air mass.
Coming off the Gulf of Mexico and spreading northward we do have a severe threat and the storm prediction center -- -- has actually issued a moderate risk that's -- zones shaded in red right across parts of Oklahoma and north central parts of Texas -- we do have the greatest risk today to see tornadoes damaging wind gusts -- nexus of sixty miles per hour at times.
And also large hail also keep in mind that red -- that's the highest concerns -- you can still see severe weather.
Anywhere from parts -- is on the way up into parts -- western Illinois and also southern Iowa he's still do have that race.
-- strong storms and Greg as we -- the next couple of days assistant head eastbound.
We're gonna continue to see that risk for severe storms spreading east as well.
Right heading our way Maria -- thanks very much --
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