This Halloween marks the 21st anniversary of the “Perfect Storm,” also known as the Halloween Nor'easter of 1991. In 1997 a novel based on the storm was written, which was then made in to an Oscar-nominated movie in 2000. They told the tale of the six Gloucester, Mass., fishermen who died at sea when the storm’s massive waves (some of which reached 39 feet) capsized their boat. These pieces of pop culture have helped the notoriety of the storm, but what exactly was it that made the storm “perfect”?
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The weather across the eastern half of the United States has felt more like early spring recently, but more typical winter cold will return for the final days of January.
More lives and property will be threatened across the southeastern United States into Sunday night as an outbreak of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes erupt.
Welcome rain will return to northern India later this week, sweeping away the persistent fog and haze, but only for a brief time.
State emergency management officials say 11 people were killed and 23 injured after a twister hit the southernmost area of Georgia on the Florida border, the AP reported.
A multifaceted storm will bring major disruptions to the northeastern United States spanning Sunday night into Tuesday.
A magnitude-7.9 rocked Bougainville Island in Papua New Guinea on Sunday afternoon, local time.
A tornado tore through the town of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during the early morning hours on Saturday.
A major storm will accompany mild temperatures in the northeastern United States early this week.