Weather Bomb


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The most severe of all winter storms
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The Siberian weather bomb lived up to its name as it sparked the country's first-ever extreme snow warning, bringing chaos to our schools and transport network.
Even a weather bomb warning didn't stop a group of determined Chapelhall slimmers from sticking to their weight loss goals.
Water crashed into the breakers and threw mist into the air as people in cars parked nearby watched the weather bomb hit the region.
In a weather bomb, also known as an explosive cyclogenesis, a jet stream of strong winds high up in the atmosphere interacts with the low pressure system.
In a weather bomb, also known as explosive cyclogenesis, a jet stream of strong winds high up in the atmosphere interacts with the low pressure system.
Around 37mm of rain fell in one hour and about 50mm in two hours in South Westland early today as a weather bomb moves up the West Coast.
Scientists had previously detected only one type of seismic wave generated by a weather bomb.
AN arctic weather bomb could leave the UK suffering polar blasts and freezing temperatures for a MONTH, the Mirror reports with forecasters saying the rest of March is set to be "wintry and cold".
Scotland was last night braced for an 80mph weather bomb which will see snow, wind, rain and super-tides lash the country.
Learning to use Weather Bomb may involve a little tinkering, but it's eye-catching and fun.
Unfortunately the racing was compressed when a weather bomb hit NZ on the Friday night and sailing had to be abandoned on Saturday when south westerly's gusted to 40 to 50 knots in the race area for most of the day.
Very few parts of Scotland were expected to be spared the bone-chilling effects of the Siberian weather bomb.