Year in Review: Weather 2017

The weather in 2017 was deadly and destructive, filled with a wide variety of weather, including deadly tornado outbreaks, costly freezes, out of control wildfires, damaging hail and one of the worst hurricane seasons on record.

These were the 8 of the biggest weather events to make headlines this year.

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Comments

Edward Levy says:

Irma is dead sike harvey and Maria are too

rosa alcantar says:

I survived hurricane Harvey

MoistyG says:

I see you got your hurricane statistics from wikipedia. We try our hardest making sure no vandalism gets through the tropical cyclone portal.

TRACY KIRK says:

Can you please focus on Europe. Stuff happens here too

Trin5ty says:

Do a list of hurricanes that should be retired

Ryan Carroll says:

Noice

Edwin Rodriguez says:

Yeah

Minecraft Endear dragon says:

More vids plssss

WaterNAxe says:

You have to talk about hurricane trump it ruined people’s life and the internet

User Plays says:

AND JANUARY TORNADO OUTBRAK

Travis Linton says:

I was right in the middle of that nasty Hail Storm. Obliterated my car. Was fun to film, but the stress afterward was pretty hard.

Ar G says:

Went through Irma. It was horrid

nafisa bidita says:

Actually, Irma spent all together more time at cat 5 than Ivan. But Ivan was a longer lived storm than Irma.

Hi Bye says:

That tornado outbreak in January and April frecked me out here in the southeast

Herobraine is jesus lazaro says:

ok good video

Артур Карапетян says:

Please, do video about Little Ice Age and this impact to world, this would be interesting.

NƎcktie3223 says:

Don’t forget the crazy winds in the Northeast in Autumn!

Roblox Gamings says:

The Denver hailstorm was scary

DylanYouTubeYT DRAGONS says:

When Hurricane Harvey it Houston, US, I saw pics of it and I was shocked, floods!!
Tornado season was very calm this year.But in 2013 was a big world record!! Let’s just hope it won’t be deadly in 2018.

Cyanide YT says:

Nice video! Keep up the good videos!

mortadha Abdul says:

First person that comment

Christian Medrano says:

yeah,this was a bad year

Leona the hunter /Jade Rogers says:

I like the video!

_BliZZard_ says:

I Remember That Hailstorm….
Mills Finally Reopened as well.

Jay Kizer says:

What about the time hen Michigan had destructive storm that ended up with one fataitiy?

Robert Freeman says:

SoutheastMissouri flood of 2017

Super Advanced sports Hauck says:

supercell

ClassicAnnoyance Time says:

Most of America: “climate change isn’t real”

User Plays says:

IRMA

MOMs Do not touch says:

Hurricane Katrina costed 108 Billion dollars while Harvey beats the costliest hurricane on-record by 198 Billion dollars

The Voodoos says:

Year review weather OK.So what do you think has been happening around the rest of the globe the past twelve months.?

Kelly Rose says:

i liked. i have been in an EF-2 EF-1 & EF-0 TORNADO ON THE SAME DAY in 2017
. do you know when the spring weather predicion should be?

cloudtoground says:

You could have gone into more depth about Harvey. I think they that storm had record amounts of rainfall.
Harvey weakened to a tropical depression by 7 p.m. CDT on Aug. 30 when it was centered about 10 miles southwest of Alexandria, Louisiana.
Rainfall Totals
Here are the latest rainfall totals through 4 p.m. CDT Wednesday, all in Texas unless otherwise specified:
• 51.88 inches on Cedar Bayou near Highlands, Texas (Preliminary Lower 48 tropical cyclone record)
• 49.40 inches on Clear Creek at Interstate 45 near League City, Texas (Preliminary Lower 48 tropical cyclone record)
• 49.32 inches on Mary’s Creek near Friendswood (Preliminary Lower 48 tropical cyclone record)
• 49.23 inches near Dayton (Preliminary Lower 48 tropical cyclone record)
• 49.20 inches on Mary’s Creek at Winding Road (Preliminary Lower 48 tropical cyclone record)
• 47.35 inches in Port Arthur, Texas
• 45.74 inches near Pasadena
• 44.91 inches near South Houston

Artixi says:

Keep it up Stormshield! Your videos are always well put together.

Alex Maxwell says:

This year was crazy and sad

Super Advanced sports Hauck says:

and wall clouds

james summers says:

sorry 2005 hurricane season 🙁

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