The 'bomb cyclone' heading for the eastern US – is that even a thing? | US news

THE GUARDIAN | on Wed, Jan 3, 2:26 PM

People on the US east coast dealing with a winter storm that is set to deliver plunging temperatures, strong winds, blizzards and coastal flooding have been provided a suitably stark term for the experience – “bomb cyclone[1]”. The storm, currently forming off the coast of Florida before it’s expected sweep up the entire eastern seaboard, has been described as a sort of winter hurricane or bomb cyclone due to its rapid formation and heavy impact. “It’s definitely the polar vortex of this year...

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