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Saturday, March 03, 2018

Nor'easter to become bomb cyclone: Fierce winds, flooding, snow and coastal havoc

An already potent storm will track off the Atlantic coast and become a bomb cyclone that is likely to cause high winds, coastal flooding and heavy wet snow in the northeastern United States centered on Friday.

Part of the same storm already caused significant flooding and produced severe thunderstorms over the South Central states and will bring a change to heavy wet snow and strong winds to the lower Great Lakes region on Thursday night.

The full power of the storm will be felt in the Northeast. The storm will strengthen and the pressure in the center of the storm will plummet so fast that it will likely become another bomb cyclone of the winter of 2018.

For this winter, this storm may be second only in intensity to the storm from early January in the same region. As the barometric pressure plummets, winds will increase dramatically.

Major trouble anticipated from high winds..


Anonymous said...

Literally yesterday's news.

Anonymous said...

You took the words right out of my mouth. I guess the storm has not blown into Delmar or Ocean City yet. If not than local news agencies are reporting the storm before the fact. Perhaps though, SBYNews is a day late with what could happen, but already has.

Anonymous said...

Thank you - yes, definitely.

Anonymous said...

Doom and gloom
The media just loves all this crap