Tag Archives: Cyclone

Commentary: The ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Could Bomb This Region’s Economy

The 2018 “bomb cyclone” won’t necessarily have the strongest impact on the Northeast U.S., as has been suggested in the media. Instead, the deepest consequences will be felt down map, where wearing heavy gloves and snow boots is not business as usual. The first days of 2018 brought the first snowfall to Louisiana’s Gulf Coast and areas of Florida in 30 years. Of course, ... Read More »

Australia sends relief ship to Fiji in wake of Cyclone Winston

Australia is sending a relief ship to Fiji to assist in the recovery effort after Cyclone Winston, the worst ever recorded in the southern hemisphere, tore through the island nation last Saturday, as the sheer scale of the disaster becomes clearer. The death toll from the category five storm remains at 42, according to a statement from Fiji’s National Disaster ... Read More »