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|1||Year Without a Summer||1,146|
|2||North American ice storm of 1998||248|
|3||The Great Blue Norther of 11/11/11||98|
|4||1996 Lake Huron cyclone||95|
|5||2004 Christmas Eve snowstorm||88|
|6||Hog Island (New York)||84|
|7||Wellington, Washington avalanche||76|
|8||January 1985 Arctic outbreak||68|
|9||Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962||57|
|10||January 2009 Central Plains and Midwest ice storm||51|
|12||January 2007 North American ice storm||33|
|14||Groundhog Day gale of 1976||19|
|15||Ice storm of December 2005||18|
|17||1888 Northwest United States cold wave||17|
|18||Pre-Christmas 2004 snowstorm||15|
|19||Winter of 1886–1887||13|
|20||North American ice storm of January 1961||12|
|21||2002 Central Plains ice storm||10|
|22||1995 Mayfest Storm||7|
|23||Minnesota weather records||less than 5 views|
|24||North Carolina weather records||less than 5 views|
|25||South Carolina weather records||less than 5 views|
This category includes floods caused by rain, but not floods caused simply by dam failures.
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This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).