‘Bomb Cyclone’ to bring severe weather to area

A satellite image from Wednesday morning shows a powerful storm system heading east across the U.S. The storm is expected to bring high winds, snow and rain to much of the central U.S. in the coming days.
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INDIANA – The ‘Bomb Cyclone’ that is bringing snow to parts of the upper midwest, could mean severe thunderstorms for Indiana. The National Weather Service says the eastern half of the state has a slight chance for severe weather today, and winds could reach 55 mph this afternoon. The post ‘Bomb Cyclone’ to bring severe weather to area appeared first on Local News Digital.

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