Friday, January 05, 2018

What is a 'Bomb cyclone'?

What is a 'Bomb cyclone'? A 'Bomb cyclone' is actually a “bombogenesis,” which occurs when cold air collides with a warm air mass, causing the storm to strengthen rapidly.

Boro Park

New York to Blizzard 2018: ‘Bring It’ - Here’s what New York City looked liked on Instagram as a powerful storm brought bitter cold and strong winds to the region.

Snow In NY Area On Jan 4, 2018

Conditions worsen as winter "bomb cyclone" slams coast - A massive winter storm is slamming the East Coast, making travel extremely dangerous. Tens of millions of Americans are affected. Winter weather watches and warnings stretch from North Carolina to Maine. CBS News' Kenneth Craig joins CBSN from Boston, which is expecting blizzard-like conditions.

What is a "bomb cyclone"? A closer look at the major snowstorm - CBS News weather producer David Parkinson has the latest on the massive winter storm system slamming the East Coast.

'Bomb cyclone' to worsen East Coast winter woes -A 'bomb cyclone' — a powerful low-pressure system that rapidly intensifies — is forming off the East Coast threatening to bring strong winds and potentially tidal flooding to U.S. coastal locations.

What Is a ‘Bomb Cyclone’? Explaining the Winter Storm - Bomb cyclones have been referred to as “winter hurricanes.” Our science reporter explains how they really work

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