The Rare Natural Phenomenon In Colorado That Will Go Down In History

When you hear the words “bomb cyclone,” what images come to mind? If you lived in the Centennial State in late winter to early spring 2019, the images of this bizarre phenomenon are probably still crystal clear in your mind like they are mine (I can recall looking in our backyard and seeing a giant, seemingly strong branch suddenly snap off our tree and go flying over the fence). This rare and bizarre natural phenomenon in Colorado – no matter how recent it is – is guaranteed to go down in history, and you can say you were there:

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