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UK: What is a weather BOMB? Explosive cyclogenesis turns Storm Doris into 90mph SUPER-STORM

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edited February 23 in Natural Disasters

STORM Doris has become a weather bomb after undergoing explosive cyclogenesis. But what is a weather bomb?

Storm Doris is bearing down on England and Wales after it hit Northern Ireland and Scotland overnight.

Winds of up to 90mph have already battered Galway in Ireland. Gusts of 60-70mph likely to hit England, Wales and Northern Ireland today with winds of 70-80mph possible on coasts and hills.

The Met Office has issued 12 amber weather warnings for wind and snow and up to 12 inches of snow have been forecast to fall on high ground in the north of England and Scotland.


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