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It was a wild week for weather events in the U.S. and in other parts of the globe, starting with a “super typhoon,” followed by a “nor’easter,” and capping off with a “hellastorm.”

For the past two days, torrential rains have been falling from western Washington to drought-stricken northern California, causing flash floods, mud and rock slides. Dubbed the #hellastorm on Twitter, the rains are continuing today, causing flight delays and school closures. According to the National Weather Service, a daily rainfall record was set yesterday at San Francisco International Airport with 3.43 inches, breaking an old mark set in 1995.

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