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JRehling on Twitter: "Buffalo, NY was hit by snow so intense it looked like a wall, leaving up to 60 inches (1.5 meters). #BuffaloSnow http://t.co/MoKsOg18PI"

JRehling on Twitter: "Buffalo, NY was hit by snow so intense it looked like a wall, leaving up to 60 inches (1.5 meters). #BuffaloSnow http://t.co/MoKsOg18PI"

Snow Storm in Buffalo,NY #Snow - good idea for future reference!

Snow Storm in Buffalo,NY #Snow - good idea for future reference!

Super post Imagenes Espectaculares

Super post Imagenes Espectaculares

Satellite image of Hurricane Floyd. It was a very powerful Cape Verde-type hurricane which struck the east coast of the United States. It was the sixth named storm, fourth hurricane, and third major hurricane in the 1999 Atlantic hurricane season.

Abandoned Doritos Truck Gets Looted In Buffalo

Abandoned Doritos Truck Gets Looted In Buffalo

Fat Bob's Smokehouse | VegetarianBuffalo.com

Fat Bob's Smokehouse | VegetarianBuffalo.com

Nice series of images with optical effects tied to ice crystals in the atmosphere.

Nice series of images with optical effects tied to ice crystals in the atmosphere.

Volcanoes around the world are waking up...not a good sign.  This one is southeast of Mexico City...

Volcanoes around the world are waking up...not a good sign. This one is southeast of Mexico City...

Manhattanites were hit with a torrential rain storm that turned the air from a humid summer swelter to a soggy downpour in a New York minute.    As pedestrians took cover, meteorologists looked for explanations.    'It went out with a bang,' National Weather Service meteorologist Joey Pica said of the triple-digit heat that suffocated the city for the past three days.

Storm takes over New York: Incredible pictures of torrential rain, lightning, and HAIL breaking the city's triple-digit heatwave

Manhattanites were hit with a torrential rain storm that turned the air from a humid summer swelter to a soggy downpour in a New York minute. As pedestrians took cover, meteorologists looked for explanations. 'It went out with a bang,' National Weather Service meteorologist Joey Pica said of the triple-digit heat that suffocated the city for the past three days.

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