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Light Snow Falls in Florida and Georgia as ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Hits the South

The South was feeling the frosty effects on Wednesday of a powerful winter storm, known as a “bomb cyclone,” forecast to hit most of the Eastern United States, prolonging a stretch of strikingly bitter cold that has enveloped much of the country and already buried some places under a record amount of snow.

Months after a busy hurricane season, the storm brought frigid wind, freezing rain and even snow to parts of northern Florida and southern Georgia — areas unaccustomed to white win

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