DENVER (CBS4)– The Red Cross opened warming shelters and evacuation centers across Colorado during the Bomb Cyclone and spring blizzard that hit Colorado on Wednesday. Shortly after 6 p.m., the agency announced the warming shelters will close because of the “lack of severe weather activity.”
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In addition to the shelters, disaster health services and disaster-related counseling will be provided in an as-needed basis.
The blizzard is expected to bring 5-10 inches of snow to the Denver metro area and up to 65 mph winds along the Front Range.