Reed Timmer, AccuWeather Extreme Meteorologist, joins us live from Salem, Massachusetts where he discusses the record flooding and the historic cold and precipitation from bomb cyclone "Grayson."

Timmer discusses the rapidly intensifying storm that included a drop in pressure that gave it the "bombogenesis" classification that caused it to give way to the flooding, snow, and outages up and down the east coast. He notes that damage and precipitation from the storm would have been much worse had it not been as fast moving.

Timmer compares the storm to other powerful weather events like hurricanes and how difficult it is to chase a storm of this magnitude.