A part of the UK is hit by the "weather bomb"
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Weather bomb: The new exotic language for the weather

Where did the phrase "weather bomb" come from?

All it took was one big storm and some very low pressure over the Atlantic for the phrase to explode into national usage.

BBC Newsnight's Stephen Smith has been looking into why weather forecasts have changed in favour of using these new sexier terms.

  • 12 Dec 2014
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