Friday, January 12, 2018
The historic "bomb cyclone" and ensuing cold snap buried the Northeast in snow, knocked out power to tens of thousands of homes, forced airports to close, flooded streets, and caused temperatures to plunge to record lows--down to -45 Fahrenheit in parts of Maine and New Hampshire. It was so cold that a frozen water pipe burst at New York's JFK Airport and a terminal flooded, the ocean froze on the Atlantic coast, snow fell on Hawaii, and even ski resorts had to close down.
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