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What Is A Bomb Cyclone?

A "bomb cyclone" is a storm that is rapidly intensifying and forms when air near the Earth’s surface quickly rises in the atmosphere triggering a drop in pressure of at least 24 millibars within 24 hours. They usually strike in colder weather, between later fall and early spring. Here's what to know.
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