Storm Doris a nasty “weather bomb” across Britain

Storm Doris brought 90 mph winds to the UK Thursday morning and snow to Scotland. The storm was a so-called a ‘weather bomb’ -– a term which is becoming increasingly common currency in Britain. So, what exactly IS a weather bomb? The phenomenon is also known as “explosive cyclogenesis” — an American term to describe a rapid fall in the central pressure of a storm system. Anyway, you don’t want to be in it.