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Colorado residents were impacted by a late-spring storm on Friday, with snow falling and temperatures plummeting.

Late Saturday morning, power outage tracker PowerOutage.US showed 115,113 without power in the state.

Fox Weather reported that the temperature dropped nearly 60 degrees and more than a foot of snow fell in locations including Black Forest and Aspen Park.

Twitter users are sharing photos and videos of the surprise snowstorm, which caused major tree damage in some areas.

The storm also caused the Major League Baseball game between the New York Mets and Colorado Rockies to be postponed.

In Colorado Springs, trees are down all over the city, according to one Twitter user.

Trees were damaged in Golden, CO as well:

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5 COMMENTS

  1. The snows soooo pretty!!!!. Glad I don’t live there. It’s like that in the Midwest. One day in Feb it got up to 80, then the next day it snowed. That’s when I lived in MO.

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