‘Bomb Cyclone’ Detonates Over 70 Million Americans As Hurricane Winds Batter Central US

The National Weather Service (NWS) announced a meteorological “bomb” detonated over the Central US of “historic proportions.”

As the powerful winter storm developed mid-week, heavy snow pounded northern Colorado, including Denver, western Nebraska, eastern Wyoming, central South Dakota, and southeastern North Dakota.

“As expected, a historically strong storm pushed through the Plains Wednesday into Thursday with powerful winds, snow, and blizzard conditions. A wind gust of 97mph was recorded near Colorado Springs, along with several inches of snowfall. This created blizzard conditions and blowing snow that continues today in much of the Plains of Colorado. This has caused road closures, and travel headaches across this region. This system is also responsible for flooding across the Upper Midwest as well as severe weather and tornadoes in the Ohio Valley Thursday,” reported Meteorologist and owner of Empire Weather LLC., Ed Vallee. …


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