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VOA / Thursday January 4, 2018
US East Coast Bracing for 'Bomb Cyclone'
Forty-million people along the U.S. East Coast are bracing themselves for what weather forecasters are calling a 'bomb cyclone' -- a massive winter storm blowing through the Atlantic Ocean. The first bands of the snow began moving through the mid-Atlantic region of the eastern U.S overnight into early Thursday. The storm is expected to greatly impact the northeastern United States, possibly dumping more than 20 centimeters of snow on Boston, Massachusetts, where schools are closed Thursday. Hurricane-force winds are expected to hit the New England coast and into Canada. Blizzard warnings are out for coastal towns from Virginia through Maine. Forecasters liken the storm to a bomb because of the sharp drop in pressure in just 24 hours, creating tremendous winds. Sea ice floats in Boston Harbor Jan. 3, 2018, in Boston. After a week of frigid temperatures, a major winter storm is predicted for the region on Thursday. Meanwhile, brutal winter weather brought snow, ice, and freezing temperatures to parts of the country not used to such conditions. Snow covered the ground in Tallahassee, Florida for the first time in nearly 30 years Wednesday. Ice turned highways in Georgia and the Carolinas into dangerous skating rinks...Read More