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Another Extreme Storm Next Week with Snow and Severe Weather

April 4, 2013; 9:54 AM ET

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The storm that comes out of the Rockies next week will produce a variety of extreme weather. Severe weather will develop on Monday and spread east during the week. It's possible that severe storms will get going by Sunday evening, but the bulk of the severe weather and potential tornadoes will come Monday and Tuesday. By Wednesday, we will most likely have a squall line moving across the Mississippi Valley. Wind damage, hail and tornadoes will be the impacts from the storms next week.

Snow will develop in Colorado and Wyoming then spread into the Plains and Upper Midwest. Denver could get a significant snowstorm with over 6 inches of snow. Most areas will get 1-6 inches of snow as the storms heads into the Great Lakes.

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