Across the east coast this past week, a storm known as a bomb cyclone descended on coastal states as impossibly low temperatures, records of cold, and immense snowfall unleashed a brutal winter force that rivaled some of the strongest ever witnessed by east coasters, especially in recent years.
Some locations in Massachusetts came close to receiving two feet of snow at a temperature of almost negative thirty degrees, with the wind chill factor included.
The effects of the bomb cyclone continued all the way down the coast, even to Florida, where a bit of snow fell in the sunshine state, which is notorious for being a warm weather location.
As accompanies many winter snowstorms, many people were tweeting about how they do not mind being snowed in, they just wish that they could be snowed in with someone they love.
These sentiments were further buoyed and supported by Hinge, which is a dating app, as the service noted that the users of their app’s activity on it increased quite a bit during the storm.
If you are someone who despises winter, then perhaps this tale of an increased amount of love thanks to the bomb cyclone might warm your heart during this most icy of seasons!
Tags: winter storms, dating apps