Over the centuries there have been many natural disasters that have stolen human lives and left destruction and havoc for the survivors. Sometimes these incidents are ranked based on damage, loss of lives or the amount of money that it cost to rebuild. Therefore defining the worst natural disasters of all times is subjective and depends on the criteria used. However, these horrific 25 natural disasters events are often considered to be the worst events on record.
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As the sun rose on Monday morning, the East Coast began the uphill battle of digging itself out of the snow after one of the worst winter storms in recent history blew through the eastern seaboard over the weekend. As millions of people took to the streets to dig out their cars and begin to… View Article
The threat of a huge winter storm has sent most of the East Coast into a panic as the National Weather Service revealed today that over 75 million people could be effected by what they’re saying is the worst winter storm the United States has ever seen. In addition to those being impacted by snow,… View Article
The East Coast is preparing for some seriously nasty weather over the next few days as the effects of Hurricane Joaquin have created a storm surge that is slamming into the Carolinas and creating a miserable experience for all who live there. Currently, there have been four deaths reported in South Carolina due to the… View Article
Hurricane Joaquin is proving to be a force to be reckoned with. After starting out as only a tropical storm a mere few days ago, it transformed overnight into a powerful Category 3 with 100 mph winds. However, today it battered down on the Bahamas as a Category 4 with forecasters believing it could hit… View Article
Meteorologists predict that Tropical Storm Erika will hit the Gulf Coast of Florida by Monday as the scattered and disorganized storm system brings havoc to Hispaniola. The storm has currently stalled in that location bringing heavy rainfall and has already caused a few deaths. It’s expected to continue to weaken as it makes its way… View Article