SAN ANTONIO - Tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and snow, oh my -- 2017 was one heck of a year for weather.
While much of it was quiet, a few major events rocked the area. It began with an unusually warm and dangerous end to winter.
Just a few weeks into the new year, fast-moving storms produced several tornadoes across San Antonio.
In February, A cluster of six tornadoes left paths of destruction from San Antonio to San Marcos.
The most significant damage occurred near the quarry, where an EF-2 tornado decimated homes.
The storms left behind millions of dollars in damage, but luckily, no one was killed.
Then, after a stretch of quiet, dry weather this summer, came the historic event many in the Lone Star State will not soon forget.
Hurricane Harvey intensified quickly as it approached the Texas coast in late August, strengthening to a category 4 storm just before landfall. The devastation it left behind was significant for those in Rockport, Port Aransas, and Aransas Pass.
Meanwhile, heavy rains deluged parts of south Texas, causing flooding in communities east of San Antonio. Record flooding doused Houston, Port Arthur and other parts of southeast Texas.
Finally, a scene rarely seen in San Antonio: Parts of the Alamo City picked up 1 to 3 inches of snow earlier this month.
The airport officially recorded 1.9 inches of snow.
It was the second-earliest snowfall for San Antonio since records have been kept and the second greatest snowfall since the epic 1985 snowstorm.
Now, we wait to see just how 2018 will stack up to a year that we'll be talking about for a long time.
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