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Cleanup in the Midwest is underway as a "bomb cyclone" is barreling across the West Coast with torrential rain, powerful winds and flash floods that are prompting evacuations. NBC's Emily Ikeda and Bill Karins report on the impact of what forecasters are calling one of the "most powerful storms ever recorded off the west coast."