storm in

storm in (to some place)

Fig. to burst into something or some place angrily. The army stormed into the town and took many of the citizens as prisoners. Leonard stormed in, shouting at everyone.
See also: storm
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As you know, we faced a very severe cyclonic storm in the state yesterday.
Painstaking detective work by art historians has revealed the identity of the painter who captured the ship in oils at virtually the same spot where she broke up in a storm in 1859.
They had helped the CIA in its failed effort to overthrow Saddam after Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
which has, among other things, two deepwater rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, is "monitoring the storm in the event of preparing for evacuations," said spokesperson Alesha Leemaster.
The Northwest was pummeled by its second major storm in less than a week Sunday as 2 feet of snow, heavy rain and high winds blocked major highways, collapsed roofs and closed the Space Needle.
Lifetime To Love" is Peniston's first major dance release since her multi-platinum hit, "Finally," took the dance and pop charts by storm in 1992.
LAU Technologies has won numerous awards including the Army's Contractor Excellence Award in recognition of their exceptional quality and accomplishments during Operation Desert Storm in 1991; the First Annual Leadership Award to Women in Business given by the New England Council in 1993; and Ernst & Young's New England Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 1995.