Freak Double Bombogenesis Cyclone Engulfs Alaska Just Five Days After Another Explosive Cyclogenesis Exploded in Heavy Winterstorm

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Bomb cyclone after Bombogenesis and explosive cyclogenesis…

Is that the new normal for Alaska?

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Alaska double bombogenesis in February 2020

Just five days after a violent North Pacific cyclone exploded in a vicious winterstorm in Alaska, another extra-tropical cyclone is undergoing Bombogenesis. But it’s not just a Bomb… No, it’s a double bomb cyclone, after its center pressure dopped by more than 59 mbar in 48 hours!

Pretty amazing video isn’t it. And in the next tweet, windspeed of more than 90mph measured!

The first rapid cyclogenesis took place south of Kamchatka peninsula on January 31, 2020:

  • 1005 mbar at 00 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 994 mbar at 06 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 987 mbar at 12 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 978 mbar at 18 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 967 mbar at 00 UTC, Feb. 1

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Alaska double bombogenesis in February 2020

The second rapid intensification happened on February 1, 2020 as the system was growing in power towards the Aleutian Islands (Alaska) and the Bering Sea:

  • 978 mbar at 18 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 967 mbar at 00 UTC, Feb. 1
  • 955 mbar at 06 UTC, Feb. 1
  • 948 mbar at 12 UTC, Feb. 1
  • 946 mbar at 18 UTC, Feb. 1

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Alaska double bombogenesis in February 2020

When taking all the data together (from the beginning of the storm on January 31, 2020 to the end of the rapid cyclogenesis on February 1, 2020), there is an amazing drop of 59mbar of the center pressure. That’s indeed a Rare Double Bomb Cyclone!

  • 1005 mbar at 00 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 994 mbar at 06 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 987 mbar at 12 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 978 mbar at 18 UTC, Jan. 31
  • 967 mbar at 00 UTC, Feb. 1
  • 955 mbar at 06 UTC, Feb. 1
  • 948 mbar at 12 UTC, Feb. 1
  • 946 mbar at 18 UTC, Feb. 1

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Alaska double bombogenesis in February 2020

Although the cyclone has stopped growing in power, it is still growing in size!

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Alaska double bombogenesis in February 2020

Here some news about this new storm wave in Alaska:

This giant bouble bomb cyclone will bring some powerful windstorms across the Aleutian Islands. Be ready! Read more on Strange Sounds or Steve Quayle

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