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Our good nation weathered quite a storm a fortnight ago, but it’s not over yet. Get ready to batten down the proverbial hatches once more because this list features some of the worst weather ever seen on the silver screen. 5. The Day After Tomorrow (2004) One of the more believable and well-acted disaster […]