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BERTHA QUICKLY HEADING WEST-NORTHWEST

Tropical Storm Bertha formed over the Atlantic Thursday night and is heading west-northwest.  It has winds of 45 miles per hour and is not forecast to become a hurricane. The storm is not forecast to move into the Gulf of Mexico.

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Springtime snowstorm in Plains, Midwest

Winter is refusing to make a quiet exit from the Rockies.

Despite spring's arrival, much of Colorado was pummeled with a snow storm Saturday.

Travelers on Interstate 25 north of Denver were stopped cold by a major crash.

The Colorado State Patrol reports between 20 and 50 vehicles were involved, including a semi-tanker that caught on fire.

And in the eastern part of the state, white-out conditions closed down 154 miles of I-70 from Denver to the Kansas state line.

This was the scene Saturday in Kansas City, Missouri.

The winter weather delayed travel as airlines were busy de-icing planes.

Heavy snowfall decreased visibility to less than one mile.