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Cataclysmic “Bomb Cyclone” Wreaks Havoc On Central United States

Mac Slavo
April 11th, 2019
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The weather phenomenon known as the “bomb cyclone” is hammering the central United States.  Blizzard warnings were posted from Colorado to Minnesota on Wednesday while wildfires were a concern for those living in New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma.

Cataclysmic weather conditions are being reported over large swaths of land and could have the potential to destroy even more farmland already devastated by flooding in the Midwest.  This is the second so-called “bomb cyclone” storm in less than a month hit the central U.S., according to a report by Market Watch.

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Up to 2 ½ feet (0.61 meters) of snow was expected to fall in parts of eastern South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota, the National Weather Service said. And that was before heavy snowfall disrupted both air and ground travel Wednesday. Winds in excess of 50 mph (80.46 kph) also were expected, creating life-threatening conditions.

“We’re calling it historic because of the widespread heavy snow. We will set some records,” said Mike Connelly, a weather service meteorologist in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Additionally, transportation officials closed Interstate 29 from east central South Dakota to the North Dakota border and said other stretches of major interstates were likely to close as conditions deteriorated. Numerous traffic crashes were reported in northeastern South Dakota, and the storm knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses in Sioux Falls. South Dakota also experienced another strange apocalyptic weather phenomena known as “thundersnow.” Though not especially rare, snow was accompanied by thunder and lightning in central South Dakota. “It’s essentially a thunderstorm, but it’s cold enough for snow,” Connelly said.

Market Watch further reported that in Nebraska, the State Patrol was sending additional troopers into the state’s panhandle, and officials closed Interstate 80 in that region. “This storm is going to be dangerous,” Patrol Major Russ Stanczyk said.

The weather service posted an ice storm warning into Friday morning for a portion of southern Minnesota, saying up to three-fourths of an inch of ice could accumulate on power lines, leading to outages.

 

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  1. “Cataclysmic weather conditions”
    lol no.
    “apocalyptic weather phenomena”
    lol no.

    seriously, quit with the weather doom porn.

    “bomb cyclone” is simply the term for the rapid decrease in barometric pressure associated with a storm. Rapid drops in pressure can generate high winds but lets be frank, heavy snowfall or even occasional blizzard conditions in North Dakota or Minnesota in April aren’t that uncommon, and are hardly “cataclysmic” or “apocalyptic”.

    No one has planted these areas yet either so no crops will be lost.

  2. Mike in VA says:

    I am sick of all the weather drama. Has anyone else gotten this way.
    They talk like it has never happened before. They now name winter storms. They use terms like bomb cyclone and polar vortex.
    I bet most of the population thinks things are happening that never have before. Then it is used to scare people about climate change. Notice not global warming. They had to change it to climate change due to the fact that the earth has been cooling recently.
    Then they use climate change for power and money.
    I am just sick of it.

  3. Godsoldier says:

    78 degrees here in Indiana dont give a fook what its doing in Antarctica or demoncrat Colorado. Remember the only day that the cold weather will really matter and affect each and every one of us is the day HELL freezes over lol at least thats what ive been told cus it seems thats when the impossible of everything will occur and that will be the true SHTF day…

  4. Godsoldier says:

    Chicken little story is nothing more than attention redirection by the cabel powers to be and i say this cus we have a much bigger and significant problem with farting cows. Lmfao at these idiots

  5. BadAmerican says:

    A blistering 67F here on the Monterey Penninsula, second crop of radishes will be ready by next Monday. Squash, eggplant, tomatoes, and such are “lookin’ good Mr. Kotter”. Root veggies and fruit trees are fairing better than expected.

    Ten month growing season here at the coast. Some of us like living in paradise.

    Snow…….I seen it in pictures……lol.

    Be safe….out in the weather….bundle up……BA.

  6. rellik says:

    I was in Minot ND for the “Great Storm of 1975”. The base was closed down. Wind chills up to and surpassing -100. Total white outs. No special names or “sky is falling” media ratings pursuit.
    In ND I spent an entire winter and spring working Grave shift on a flight-line, we only stopped regular work when it got to -65, which it frequently got close to. Special rules applied when it was colder, but you still fixed airplanes.
    I feel for the people going through this crappy winter and wet spring, but that is what living in the middle of the US is like.
    That experience is why I vowed to always live within 50 miles of an ocean or major body of saltwater.

  7. The Deplorable Renegade says:

    Give me my Southland any day. Our winters don’t get even half as bad as what the more northern latitudes get. It was 84 in my area today. Going down into the 60s and some rain for the weekend but warms back up Mon.

    • Genius says:

      on Amazon Music
      “A Country Boy Can Survive”
      (originally by Hank Williams Jr.)

      The preacher man says it’s the end of time
      And the Mississippi River she’s a goin’ dry
      The interest is up and the stock market’s down
      And you only get mugged if you go downtown
      I live back in the woods, you see
      My woman and the kids, and the dogs, and me
      I got a shotgun, a rifle and a 4-wheel drive
      And a country boy can survive, country folks can survive
      I can plow a field all day long
      I can catch catfish from dusk ’til dawn
      We make our own whiskey and our own smoke, too
      Ain’t too many things these old boys can’t do
      We grow good old tomatoes and homemade wine
      And a country boy can survive, country folks can survive

      Because you can’t starve us out and you can’t make us run
      ‘Cause we’re them old boys raised on shotguns
      And we say grace and we say Ma’am
      If you ain’t into that we don’t give a damn
      We came from the West Virginia coal mines
      And the Rocky Mountains and the western skies
      And we can skin a buck, we can run a trotline
      And a country boy can survive, country folks can survive

      I had a good friend in New York City
      He never called me by my name, just “hillbilly”
      My grandpa taught me how to live off the land
      And his taught him to be a businessman
      He used to send me pictures of the Broadway nights
      And I’d send him some homemade wine
      But he was killed by a man with a switchblade knife
      For 43 dollars my friend lost his life
      I’d love to spit some beech nut in that dude’s eyes, and shoot him with my old 45
      ‘Cause a country boy can survive, country folks can survive

      ‘Cause you can’t starve us out and you can’t make us run
      ‘Cause we’re them old boys raised on shotguns
      And we say grace and we say Ma’am
      And if you ain’t into that we don’t give a damn
      We’re from North California and south Alabama
      And little towns all around this land
      And we can skin a buck, and run a trotline
      And a country boy can survive, country folks can survive

      A country boy can survive
      Country folks can survive

    • Anonymous says:

      I can add layers of clothing to keep warm but I can only get naked and it’s still hot and humid as hell..Give me cold and snow any day over hot and humid.

  8. This how you keep the masses scared. The weather is like this every year,has been for eons. Spring comes later in some spots.We have storms,drought,tornadoes,hail and everything in between. On to other subjects,we can talk about this daily.

  9. BIG RED says:

    Its all part of living in northern Minnesota 8am no snow clear yard 7pm blizzard can not see 50 feet O-well anybody that thought winter was over is nuckenfuts

  10. Sgt. Dale says:

    Cataclysmic “Bomb Cyclone” Wreaks Havoc On Central United States.
    Come on it is just another damn winter storm. We got them all the time in the 60′ and 70’s. This isn’t nothing new to me.
    Sgt.

    • grandee says:

      I know!!

      I grew up in Iowa. We had the most amazingly fun winters with snow and wind-driven snow drifts to the rooftops.

      We live in southern middle TN now and, like Renegade, I kinda enjoy the milder winters down here.

      But… sometimes… I really miss those snowy winters of my youth. There was a beauty in them.

  11. Brian says:

    The ground in the midwest is frozen and the rivers are at flood stage. There is a lot of snow on the ground What’s needed for a disaster would be a rapid increase in temperatures in that area. It’s going to be expensive cleaning up after the floods. For most of us, it means higher food and fuel prices.

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