Bomb Cyclone Slams Northeast With Over 80-MPH Winds

Bomb Cyclone Slams Northeast With Over 80-MPH Winds, Leaving Thousands Without Power (Source A fall nor’easter that strengthened to a bomb cyclone has left almost half a million people without power in Massachusetts and Maine. Residents all throughout the northeast woke up Thursday morning to downed trees and power lines due to winds gusting from 70 to 88 mph, according to NBC News. Dozens of schools from Connecticut to Maine are also closed due to the extreme weather. At Boston’s Logan International Airport more than 800 flights were canceled due to the harsh weather conditions.

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