If you were interested in freaky weather, 2014 had it all: snow in full effect, super storms and a drought for the ages.
On Wednesday, a vicious winter storm hit the U.S. West Coast. By Friday, flooding, high winds and fallen trees caused huge travel disruptions and property damage.
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A 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth skeleton goes on auction, a super typhoon menaces the Philippines and we get two very different views of an eruption off the coast of Africa.
Buffalo received a year's worth of snow over two days, and longtime residents recalled the blast of winter weather as the worst in memory.
Record-breaking snowfall that buried towns near Buffalo, New York, and killed at least 14 people posed a major flooding threat Saturday with temperatures forecast to rise.
Global warming could fuel more lake effect snows like the one that buried Buffalo, at least for awhile.
Uranus is finally having some summer storms, seven years after the planet reached its closest approach to the sun, leaving scientists wondering why the massive storms are so late.
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