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'Bomb cyclone' fizzles to rain across U.S. Midwest
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Historic blizzard wanes as it barrels east after pounding parts of U.S
A blizzard of 'historic proportions' that hit the U.S. Rocky Mountain and Plains states this week was moving eastward on Thursday as it weakened, hurling hurricane-force winds, tornadoes and heavy rain on its way, weather officials said. 'While the storm has reached its lowest pressure and will gradually weaken over the next few days, strong winds will continue on the west side of the storm across portions of the Central and Northern Plains,' Bob Oravec, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service (NWS), said on Thursday in a weather advisory. A day earlier, the NWS had described the blizzard - previously dubbed a 'bomb cyclone' by U.S. meteorologists for its quick, late season punch - as being of 'historic proportions' in a post on Twitter.
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'Bomb cyclone' fizzles to rain across U.S. Midwest
Runways were cleared, the lights came back on and stranded motorists and airline passengers were back on the move on Thursday as the blizzard that pounded the U.S. Rocky Mountain and Plains states shoves eastward and fizzled to rain. Shortly after midnight, four of the six runways at Denver International Airport had been cleared, spokeswoman Emily Williams told Reuters. Power outages in Colorado still affected about 88,000 customers and 77,000 in Texas early on Thursday morning, according to the tracking site poweroutage.us.
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