In the icy waters of the Bay of Exploits in northern Newfoundland, a Canadian couple on a boat ride on July 24, 2014, were put in a dangerous situation as one of the region's massive icebergs suddenly crumbled.
As large chunks of the iceberg collapsed into the water, an enormous wave rippled from the site and moved out into the open water.
Only miles from the boat and in a panic, the couple sped up in an attempt to avoid the colossal waves.
Famously known as the source behind the sinking of the RMS Titanic in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, icebergs can prove to be some of the most menacing threats in the ocean for ships and sailors.
A huge iceberg can be seen from a tourist boat on Nov. 15, 2006, in Argentina. (Photo/Quim Pagans)
Despite their size noticeable to the naked eye, the majority of icebergs are actually underwater, with nearly 90 percent of their total mass under the sea, according to the Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism.
Although the number of icebergs varies year to year, on average there are 15,000 icebergs born annually.
Rain will finally make a return to drought-stricken California by the weekend with rain reaching all the way down into Southern California.
Showers are expected to fall over the Bay Area over the Halloween weekend, potentially dampening some holiday plans.
A shot of unseasonable cooler air will highlight the weekend across the Atlanta area.
Unseasonably cooler air will settle over the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex through Sunday.
Umbrellas and raincoats will be the rule in Seattle as a series of Pacific storms continues to affect the northwestern United States.
A storm riding a blast of cold air will unleash heavy snow on the central and southern Appalachians Saturday and will turn toward part of New England by Sunday.
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Galveston, TX (1993)
39 degrees - 1st time ever in 30s during October.
Binghamton, NY (1993)
6.2" of snow.