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It may be spring, but winter is making a comeback. Up to two feet of snow is forecast for parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska by Sunday night, while several Midwestern states and the south central U.S. will receive a cold blast that could drive temperatures in some regions to record April lows. In Colorado, rain turned into snow as temperatures plunged from the low 70s Saturday. The front range of the Rocky Mountains was expected to get 8 to 16 inches of snow, with up to a half-foot in Denver, according to Denver TV station KUSA. Temperatures are expected to fall into the upper teens by Sunday night, with wind gusts of up to 25 mph. More