From blizzard conditions to a tornado, Mother Nature batters America's midsection

From blizzard conditions to a tornado, Mother Nature batters America's midsection

From blizzard conditions to a tornado, Mother Nature batters America's midsection

During the evening and overnight the rain will change over to all snow and track east with the heaviest snow likely along and north of Interstate 70.

State Patrol reported a total of 245 crashes as of 10 a.m. Saturday.

A high wind warning that went into effect Friday morning in much of southeastern Colorado, including El Paso County, was expected to remain in place in the county until 3 p.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service in Pueblo reported.

Travel is expected to be risky and at times impossible throughout much of northwest Kansas including Goodland, Colby and Hill City.

A Blizzard Warning means severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. Wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour will make travel hazardous. and CEO plead guilty to charges in Texas
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Although winds were strong across the state Friday, the storm didn't come close to the devastating hurricane-force blasts seen January 9, 2017, which downed trees, knocked out power and damaged roofs and vehicles.

Kansas Division of Emergency Management officials are urging Kansans to avoid travel if possible.

You sure wouldn't know it by looking outside tonight, but a potential blizzard lies ahead for much of Siouxland from Friday night into Saturday. Call 511 for the latest road conditions. Strong winds may make travel hard and unsafe.

A powerful spring blizzard swept into the state Friday, first smacking the Panhandle and central Nebraska before threatening northeastern counties. While snowfall accumulations will not be extreme, the combination of wind and snow will create very low visibility and risky travel conditions Friday afternoon through Saturday morning.

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