Record-breaking bomb cyclone engulfs Alaska and northern Pacific Ocean with winds topping 100 mph and 45-foot waves

A bomb cyclone is currently engulfing the Aleutian Islands in Northern Pacific Ocean in Alaska.

A powerhouse storm explosively intensifying in the northern Pacific could rank as the strongest nontropical cyclone observed in that ocean basin.

The storm’s pressure has already dropped to 928 millibars on New Year’s Eve, and is predicted to drop as low as 920 millibars, which would be even lower than extreme cyclones that formed in the same vicinity in 2014 and 2015.

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