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'Bomb cyclone' pushes east across the U.S., flood risks remain

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019
The powerful late winter storm, dubbed a "bomb cyclone" by meteorologists, left blizzards, floods and tornados in its wake after hitting the U.S. Mountain and Plains states this week, before pushing east into the Midwest and the Great Lakes Region early Friday.
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