Colorado prepares for SNOW with temperatures plummeting up to 70F in 24 hours – the biggest single-day drop in 150 years - after 100F weekend that sparked raging wildfires across the state | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Colorado prepares for SNOW with temperatures plummeting up to 70F in 24 hours – the biggest single-day drop in 150 years - after 100F weekend that sparked raging wildfires across the state

Denver is set to experience the biggest temperature drop for nearly 150 years as raging wildfires turn to snow overnight in Colorado.

Snow is expected on Tuesday in Fort Collins, the Denver metro area and along the Interstate 25 corridor.

The National Weather service says Denver's temperature is set to drop up to 70 degrees within one day.

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