February 26, 2013
How to Forecast Weather 'Bombs'
Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery News
Meteorologists have hit on one possible way to detect one of the worst kinds of storms before they take shape. Explosive cyclones, so called "meteorological bombs," pop into existence in a day or two and can wreak havoc on land, as well as at sea. That makes them especially hard to forecast.
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