(CBN News) – After being hit by devastating floods from a late winter storm one month ago, Americans in parts of the Midwest are experiencing hardship once again. It seemed more like late January than mid-April when this second “bomb cyclone” struck millions of Americans. A bomb cyclone is when cold air meets warm air and brings freezing temperatures, high winds and heavy snow. This one brought up to 30-inches of

snow to parts of the Midwest, 70-mile per hour winds, and travel chaos from Colorado to Texas, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota and the Dakotas. That’s the same region of the country that was hit by a bomb cyclone that caused historic flooding in mid-March. And driving conditions? “The roads are terrible,” said one South Dakota sheriff’s department spokesman. In many parts of the Midwest, road conditions remain life-threatening and hazardous. READ MORE

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