When the media warned Californians about a "bomb cyclone" expected in the forecast on Jan. 4, reporter Robin Meadows restocked her pantry and emergency cabinet and begged her husband to stay home.
So, when the storm came and went with little impact, she was left wondering, what exactly is a bomb cyclone? You can read Meadows' piece here.
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