"It looks fake, it looks unreal," one resident living in the Hoover Beach neighborhood of Hamburg, New York, said.
High winds, tornadoes and unrelenting rain hit areas from Iowa to Alabama.
The bushfires raging across Australia are forming their own weather systems.
Authorities in the western states were still grappling Saturday with the aftermath of heavy rains and snow over the busiest travel weekend of the year.
The storm's phallus-shaped track had people cracking jokes on social media.
Puerto Rico was mainly spared from Hurricane Dorian -- but now the storm is barreling toward Florida and Georgia.
Police Officers in California came to the rescue after ducklings found themselves stuck in a storm drain.
The storm brought blizzard conditions to parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Rescuers saved people who were stranded on the hood of their car as they were swept downstream by floodwaters.
Rescue crews in Durban, South Africa, spent nearly four hours trying to get the child out of the drain.
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Nearly 200,000 people were without electricity in Virginia and North Carolina on Sunday morning.
Over 1,600 flights had been canceled nationwide as of Sunday evening.
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Florence was downgraded to a Tropical Depression early Sunday but officials warned the storm remained potentially "catastrophic."
Dramatic images show Hurricane Florence battering North Carolina as it makes landfall with 90 mph winds and storm surge.
Meteorologists are warning Hurricane Florence could be as bad as 1954’s Hurricane Hazel, one of the worst storms to ever make landfall in the United States.
Hurricane Dorian is expected to make landfall on Florida's east coast Monday as a Category 4 storm, the strongest storm to do so since Hurricane Andrew.
A Duck Boat capsized when it was caught in a major storm at Table Rock Lake, Missouri. Thirty people were on board and at least 13 lives have been lost. Divers are searching the lake for survivors.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh that the storm "seems like this one is going to be a big one.”