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A swirl of snow: This is how the ‘cyclone bomb’ looks from space (satellite photos)

When the hot air over the ocean met the cold polar front that the US had been traveling for days, the icy storm that struck the Atlantic coast of the United States was formed. Images from the US National Oceans and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) and NASA show the powerful 'meteorological bomb' on the earth.

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A swirl of icy clouds that reminds us of summer tropical storms is formed in the extreme east of the USA.
A swirl of icy clouds that reminds us of summer tropical storms is formed in the extreme east of the USA.

A swirl of icy clouds that reminds us of summer tropical storms is formed in the extreme east of the USA.

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Like the eye of a summer hurricane, the center of the ice cream ‘cyclone bomb’ moves over the Atlantic Ocean.

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A night shot, with the lights of the cities lit, shows the phenomenon in the northeast of the country.

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The ‘meteorological bomb’ drags the icy clouds towards the north Atlantic coast.

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This image shows the center of the phenomenon a few miles east of the US Northeastern states

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The icy clouds of the North Atlantic move towards the east of the continent, driven by the ‘Meteorological Bomb’.

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Experts say the phenomenon, which has brought unusual amounts of snow to coastal cities, will not last beyond the weekend.

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