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Severe thunderstorms with several supercells moved across central North Carolina on May 6th. The mid and low level counter-clockwise circulation associated with one of these supercells across Orange County is visible in the pictures below. Despite the ominous appearance, no damage was reported with this storm. (Wednesday, May 6, 2009)
Photos courtesy of Kay Evans


Supercell thunderstorm over Hillsborough, NC. Photograph courtesy of Kay Evans. - Click to enlarge           Supercell thunderstorm over Hillsborough, NC. Photograph courtesy of Kay Evans. - Click to enlarge           Supercell thunderstorm over Hillsborough, NC. Photograph courtesy of Kay Evans. - Click to enlarge          

Supercell thunderstorm over Hillsborough, NC. Photograph courtesy of Kay Evans. - Click to enlarge           Supercell thunderstorm over Hillsborough, NC. Photograph courtesy of Kay Evans. - Click to enlarge            


An EF-1 tornado touched down near Hope Mills, NC while at least two EF-0 tornadoes touched down in Sampson and Johnston Counties. In addition, two mesocyclones merged with each other over Johnston County. (Friday, March 29, 2009)
Photos courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management as well as Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins

Piece of lumber penetrates a fence - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge                 Garage on Braxton road damaged by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Home on Braxton road damaged by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge          
Home on Braxton Road damaged by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Home on Braxton Road damaged by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Mobile home on Braxton Road damaged by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge          
Mobile home on Braxton Road damaged by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Debris blown into trees on Braxton Road - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Vehicle blown nearly 50 feet by the tornado - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge          
Damage on Research Drive - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Damage on Roslin Farm Road - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge           Damage on Roslin Farm Road - photo courtesy of Cumberland County Emergency Management - Click to enlarge          
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Photo of tornado touchdown in a field looking west toward Roslin Farm Road - photo courtesy of Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins - Click to enlarge           Photo of tornado touchdown in a field looking west toward Roslin Farm Road - photo courtesy of Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins - Click to enlarge           Photo of tornado touchdown in a field looking west toward Roslin Farm Road - photo courtesy of Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins - Click to enlarge          
Photo of tornado touchdown in a field looking west toward Roslin Farm Road - photo courtesy of Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins - Click to enlarge           Photo of tornado touchdown in a field looking northwest toward Braxton Road - photo courtesy of Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins - Click to enlarge           Photo of tornado touchdown in a field looking northwest toward Braxton Road - photo courtesy of Cheryl Jones and Steve Collins - Click to enlarge            


A winter storm produced 2 to 4 inches of snow in the Triangle and up to 6 inches of snow in the Triad on March 2, 2009. (Monday, March 2, 2009)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes

Snow falling near the NWS office before daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Snow falling near the NWS office before daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Snow falling near the NWS office before daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge

Snow covered landscape near the NWS office just after daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Snow covered landscape near the NWS office just after daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Snow covered landscape near the NWS office just after daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge

Snow covered landscape near the NWS office just after daybreak - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           The snow melted quickly on major roads like Six Forks Road in North Raleigh shown here - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           The snow melted fairly quickly on many roads like Lead Mine Road in North Raleigh shown here - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge

Wet snow and a steady north wind produced this wintry scene in North Raleigh - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Wet snow produced this wintry scene in North Raleigh - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Wintry scene in North Raleigh - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge

Snow covered camellia plant - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Dafoldils looking cold - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge           Wet snow produced good conditions for making snow men - photo courtesy of Jonathan Blaes - Click to enlarge  


November 15, 2008 Tornado Photos. (Saturday, November 15, 2008)
Photos courtesy of the National Weather Service


Clement Tornado Damage -

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Meadows Tornado Damage -


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Pine Level Tornado Damage -


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Kenly Damage -


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Elm City Damage -


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Tropical Storm Hanna, September 2008. (Saturday, September 6, 2008)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes

Photo looking southeast toward Blue Ridge Road of a flooded Crabtree Creek that covers the Crabtree Valley Greenway with several feet of water - photo courtesy of the National Weather Service - Click to enlarge           Photo looking northwest toward Blue Ridge Road of a flooded Crabtree Creek that covers the Crabtree Valley Greenway with several feet of water - photo courtesy of the National Weather Service - Click to enlarge           Photo looking southeast toward Glenwood Avenue of a flooded Crabtree Creek that covers the Crabtree Valley Greenway with several feet of water - photo courtesy of the National Weather Service - Click to enlarge          

Photo of water entering the Crabtree Valley Mall lower level parking deck south of Macy's - photo courtesy of the National Weather Service - Click to enlarge           Photo of the flood gates at Macy's in Crabtree Valley Mall near the previous photo - photo courtesy of the National Weather Service - Click to enlarge          


Video of the flooding along Crabtree Creek near Crabtree Valley Mall
The below was filmed on September 6th at 1000 AM along the south bank of the Crabtree Creek just west of Blue Ridge Road (map) initially looking east and then west.

video of the flooding along Crabtree Creek near Crabtree Valley Mall
Note - the video is 10 seconds in length and approximately 3.5 MB in size.

 


Tropical Storm Fay, August 2008. (Wednesay, August 27, 2008)
Photos and video courtesy of Ashley Lemons and the National Weather Service Raleigh

still image from Randleman Tornado video taken by Ashley Lemons
Note - the video is 30 seconds in length and approximately 0.7 MB in size.

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Photos and video of the Randleman Tornado -

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Selected Photographs of the July 8th, 2008 Severe Weather Event (Tuesday, July 8, 2008)
John Hamilton, Mark Calaway, and Michael Moneypenny

Large thunderstorm over Stanly and Montgomery Counties - photo courtesy of John Hamilton - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorm near sunset as seen from near Fuquay-Varina - photo courtesy of Mark Calaway - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorm near sunset as seen from near Fuquay-Varina - photo courtesy of Mark Calaway - Click to enlarge

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Large uprooted tree on Sheriff Watson Road in Lee County - photo courtesy of Michael Moneypenny - Click to enlarge           Huge pecan fallen on trailer on Sheriff Watson Road - photo courtesy of Michael Moneypenny - Click to enlarge           Ten inch trees down on Douglas Farm Road - photo courtesy of Michael Moneypenny - Click to enlarge  


Severe thunderstorms moved across northern Wake County during the evening of June 1, 2008 with several reports of trees blown down. The photos were taken in the Norwood Road area of Wake County. (Sunday, June 1, 2008)
Photos courtesy of Mike Abraczinskas

Large tree blown over in northern Wake County on Norwood Road, just east of Mt Vernon Church Road - Click to enlarge           Wind damage in northern Wake County on Norwood Road, just east of Creedmoor Road - Click to enlarge           Wind damage in northern Wake County on Bayleaf Trail, near Norwood Road - Click to enlarge          

Wind damage in northern Wake County on Bayleaf Trail, near Norwood Road - Click to enlarge           Wind damage in northern Wake County on Bayleaf Trail, near Norwood Road - Click to enlarge           Wind damage in northern Wake County on Bayleaf Trail, near Norwood Road - Click to enlarge          

Wind damage in northern Wake County on Bayleaf Trail, near Norwood Road - Click to enlarge           Wind damage in northern Wake County on Bayleaf Trail, near Norwood Road - Click to enlarge          

 


A severe thunderstorm with hail moved across Stanly and Montgomery Counties during the evening of May 11, 2008. The videos below were taken by cameras at Albemarle High School as the storms moved through. Note these are large files! (Sunday, May 11, 2008.)
Videos courtesy of Sgt. Mike Martin


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An EF-2 tornado touched down in western Greensboro in Guilford County killing one person and injuring three others while an EF-3 tornado touched down in Clemmons injuring 2 residents. (Thursday, May 8, 2008.)
Photos courtesy of Forsyth County emergency management and the National Weather Service


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Thunderstorms across northern Wake and Durham counties viewed from Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh and from near the Schenck Forest in West Raleigh. The Fayetteville Street photos were taken during the reopening celebration at around 700 PM EDT and the Schenck Forest photos were taken at around 800 PM EDT. (Saturday, July 27, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes


Thunderstorm across northern Wake county as viewed from Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorm across northern Wake county as viewed from Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorm across northern Wake county as viewed from Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh - Click to enlarge          

Thunderstorm across northern Wake county as viewed from Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorms across northern Wake and Durham counties as viewed from Schenck Forest in West Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorms across northern Wake and Durham counties as viewed from Schenck Forest in West Raleigh - Click to enlarge          

Thunderstorms across northern Wake and Durham counties as viewed from Schenck Forest in West Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorms across northern Wake and Durham counties as viewed from Schenck Forest in West Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Thunderstorms across northern Wake and Durham counties as viewed from Schenck Forest in West Raleigh - Click to enlarge          

 


A large thunderstorm located over Johnston County was viewed from Apex, NC on Wednesday, June 28. The photo was taken looking east at around 700 PM EDT. (Friday, July 28, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Brandon Vincent


Large thunderstorm located over Johnston County as viewed from Apex, NC - Click to enlarge           Large thunderstorm located over Johnston County as viewed from Apex, NC - Click to enlarge           Large thunderstorm located over Johnston County as viewed from Apex, NC - Click to enlarge            


Sunshine cast a shadow on cirrus clouds above a towering cumulonimbus cloud in Franklinville, NC. The photos were taken at around 500 PM EDT on July 30th. (Sunday, July 30, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Kathy Davis and Kim Lemmons


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A large thunderstorm viewed from Mebane, NC at approximately 800 PM EDT on June 24, 2006. (Saturday, June 24, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Christopher Newton


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A shelf cloud associated with showers and thunderstorms moved across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish on June 27, 2006. The storms were moving northeast and the photo was taken looking north at around 800 PM EDT. (Tuesday, June 27, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Jewell Chambers


Interesting cloud structure associated with showers and thunderstorms across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish - Click to enlarge           Interesting cloud structure associated with showers and thunderstorms across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish - Click to enlarge           Interesting cloud structure associated with showers and thunderstorms across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish - Click to enlarge          

Interesting cloud structure associated with showers and thunderstorms across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish - Click to enlarge           Interesting cloud structure associated with showers and thunderstorms across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish - Click to enlarge           Interesting cloud structure associated with showers and thunderstorms across eastern Hoke County near Rockfish - Click to enlarge            


Photos of flooding in Raleigh around Crabtree Valley and near Woodlake in Moore County from the remnants of Tropical Storm Alberto. (Wednesday, June 14, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Jamie Wirth, NC DOT, and Jeremy Gilchrist




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Photo of flooding around Crabtree Valley.  Photo courtesy of Jamie Wirth - Click to enlarge           Photo of flooding around Crabtree Valley.  Photo courtesy of Jamie Wirth - Click to enlarge           Photo of flooding around Crabtree Valley.  Photo courtesy of Jamie Wirth - Click to enlarge

Photo of flooding around Crabtree Valley.  Photo courtesy of NCDOT traffic camera - Click to enlarge           Photo of flooding around Crabtree Valley.  Photo courtesy of NCDOT traffic camera - Click to enlarge           Photo of flooding around Crabtree Valley.  Photo courtesy of NCDOT traffic camera - Click to enlarge

Photo of flooding around Woodlake which is around 5 mile east of Vass in Moore County.  Photo courtesy of Jeremy Gilchrist - Click to enlarge           Photo of flooding around Woodlake which is around 5 mile east of Vass in Moore County.  Photo courtesy of Jeremy Gilchrist - Click to enlarge           Photo of flooding around Woodlake which is around 5 mile east of Vass in Moore County.  Photo courtesy of Jeremy Gilchrist- Click to enlarge  


Images of a funnel cloud taken with a cell phone camera 3 miles south of Seymour Johnson AFB. The funnel cloud lasted about ten minutes. No damage was reported. (Monday, June 12, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Craig Lewis


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Thunderstorms produced hail and wind damage across parts of central North Carolina on June 11, 2006. Initially a tornado was reported near Harris Lake but a storm survey found only straight line wind damage as seen in the photos below. (Sunday, June 11, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Darin Figurskey


Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees near Harris Lake on June 11, 2006  - Click to enlarge           Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees near Harris Lake on June 11, 2006 - Click to enlarge           Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees near Harris Lake on June 11, 2006 - Click to enlarge            


Photos from the 'Mother's Day' severe weather event which resulted in widespread large hail reports and wind damage with a few weak tornadoes. (Sunday, May 14, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Dave Carroll, Wayne Hill, Steve Marks, Rick Barber, John Hamilton, John Shea, Brandon Dunstan, Brandon Locklear, Michael Finnegan, Phil Owen, and Davis Troxler




Photo of suspected wall cloud near the Durham/Granville county line. Time of the picture is unknown. Photo courtesy of Dave Carroll - Click to enlarge           Photo of possible funnel cloud/tornado touchdown near the Durham/Granville county line. A weak funnel cloud with possible debris below it can be seen which suggest this was a tornado touchdown. Time of the picture is unknown. Photo courtesy of Dave Carroll - Click to enlarge           A significant amount of hail covers the road in northwestern Randolph County. Photo courtesy of Wayne Hill - Click to enlarge

Hail nearly covers the ground in this picture from northwestern Greensboro.  Picture courtesy of Steve Marks - Click to enlarge           Hail nearly covers the ground in this picture from northwestern Greensboro. Picture courtesy of Steve Marks - Click to enlarge           Hail fog develops as hail chunks melt and rapidly cool the air near the ground as seen in this picture in northwestern Randolph County. Photo courtesy of Wayne Hill - Click to enlarge

Several hailstones next to a quarter in Fuquay-Varina at approximately 245 PM EDT. Picture courtesy of Rick Barber - Click to enlarge           Hailstones on the ground in Fuquay-Varina. Photo taken at approximately 245 PM EDT. Picture courtesy of Rick Barber - Click to enlarge           Hailstones removed some foliation from trees in Fuquay-Varina. Photo taken at approximately 245 PM EDT. Picture courtesy of Rick Barber - Click to enlarge

Photo of thunderstorm cells back building over Montgomery county. Picture courtesy of John Hamilton - Click to enlarge           Photo of thunderstorm over Montgomery county at approximately the same time as a tornado warning is in effect for Montgomery County. Picture courtesy of John Hamilton - Click to enlarge           Convective towers building over southeastern Randolph County. Picture courtesy of John Hamilton - Click to enlarge

Photo taken in Randolph County looking east at thunderstorms producing severe weather over Chatham and Wake Counties. Picture courtesy of John Hamilton - Click to enlarge           Photo taken in Randolph county of severe thunderstorms across Lee County. Picture taken at the same time as a tornado warning is in effect for Lee County. Picture courtesy of John Hamilton - Click to enlarge           Photo of hail accumulating on a deck in Liberty, NC. Picture courtesy of John Shea - Click to enlarge

Tree damage from the Broadway Tornado. Picture courtesy of Brandon Dunstan & Brandon Locklear - Click to enlarge           Tree damage from the Broadway Tornado. Picture courtesy of Brandon Dunstan & Brandon Locklear - Click to enlarge           Tree damage from the Broadway Tornado. Picture courtesy of Brandon Dunstan & Brandon Locklear - Click to enlarge

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Tree damage from the Broadway Tornado. Picture courtesy of Brandon Dunstan & Brandon Locklear - Click to enlarge           Tree damage from the Broadway Tornado. Note that the trees are downed in various directions. Picture courtesy of Brandon Dunstan & Brandon Locklear - Click to enlarge           Tree damage from the Broadway Tornado. Note the swath of trees that are damaged. Picture courtesy of Brandon Dunstan & Brandon Locklear - Click to enlarge

Nickel size hail falls in northwestern Greensboro off of Lake Brandt Road at approximately 12:20 pm on Sunday, May 14, 2006. Picture courtesy of Michael Finnegan - Click to enlarge           Nickel size hail falls in northwestern Greensboro off of Lake Brandt Road at approximately 12:20 pm on Sunday, May 14, 2006. Picture courtesy of Michael Finnegan - Click to enlarge           Nickel size hail falls in northwestern Greensboro off of Lake Brandt Road at approximately 12:20 pm on Sunday, May 14, 2006. Picture courtesy of Michael Finnegan - Click to enlarge

Hail falling and covering the ground produces a wintry scene on May 14, 2006 in Browns Summit (northeastern Guilford County). Picture courtesy of  Phil Owen - Click to enlarge           Hail falling and covering the ground produces a wintry scene on May 14, 2006 in Browns Summit (northeastern Guilford County). Picture courtesy of  Phil Owen - Click to enlarge           Photo of large hailstones that fell in northern Greensboro in the Lake Jeanette area at around 445 PM EDT. Picture courtesy of Davis Troxler - Click to enlarge  


Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees in Youngsville along Peach Orchard Road. (Saturday, April 22, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Dale Smith


Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees along Peach Orchard Road on April 22, 2006 - Click to enlarge           Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees along Peach Orchard Road on April 22, 2006 - Click to enlarge           Strong winds uprooted and snapped large trees along Peach Orchard Road on April 22, 2006 - Click to enlarge            


Ominous clouds move across Orange County south of Hillsborough near sunset. (Monday, April 3, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Mike Shumate


Ominous clouds move across Orange County south of Hillsborough at around 650 PM on Monday, April 3, 2006 - Click to enlarge           Ominous clouds move across Orange County south of Hillsborough at around 650 PM on Monday, April 3, 2006 - Click to enlarge            


Pictures of mammatus clouds on the backside of thunderstorms that moved across the Triangle area on Wednesday, January 11, 2006. The pictures were taken in Hillsborough facing east toward Durham at around 430 PM EST. (Wednesday, January 11, 2006.)
Photos courtesy of Mike Shumate


Mammatus clouds on the backside of thunderstorms that moved across the Triangle area - Click to enlarge           Mammatus clouds on the backside of thunderstorms that moved across the Triangle area - Click to enlarge           Mammatus clouds on the backside of thunderstorms that moved across the Triangle area - Click to enlarge            


Nighttime pictures of a line of thunderstorms as they moved through Orange County, NC on September 20, 2005. The photos were taken at Cedar Ridge High School looking west-northwest between 700 and 800 PM. (Tuesday, September 20, 2005.)
Photos courtesy of Mike Shumate


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Pictures of thunderheads and a chaotic sky during the evening near Hillsborough, NC (Sunday, August 7, 2005.)
Photos courtesy of Mike Shumate


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Damage pictures in northern Edgecombe County near the town of Leggett from a downburst with estimated winds of between 70 to 80 MPH (Wednesday, July 27, 2005)
Photos courtesy of Jeff Orrock.




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Pictures of thunderstorm over extreme Southwestern Randolph/Southern Davidson County (Friday, July 15, 2005.)
Photos courtesy of John Hamilton of Triad Skywarn


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Damage Pictures across Wake, Wilson, and Richmond Counties from the March 8 Severe Weather Event (Tuesday, March 8, 2005)
Photos courtesy of Douglas Schneider and Richmond County Emergency Management


Roof debris blown across the NC State Ag Farm near Clayton - Click to enlarge           Debris blown across the NC State Ag Farm adjacent to the NWS Doppler Radar near Clayton - Click to enlarge           Wood debris blown through tire - Click to enlarge

Pine tree blown down on the Umstead Farm - Click to enlarge           Barn blown and fliiped over - Click to enlarge           Damage to home in Wilson County - Click to enlarge

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Winter Storm brings a glaze of ice to Raleigh, NC (Sunday, January 30, 2005)
Photos courtesy of Susan Wilson and William Wilson


NC DOT road crews spread salt before the storm - Click to enlarge           Icicles hand from a maple tree in North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Glaze of ice covers shrubery - Click to enlarge

Glaze of ice covers trees in North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Glaze of ice covers trees in North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Glaze of ice covers trees in North Raleigh - Click to enlarge  


Winter Storm brings an inch of snow to Raleigh, NC (Wednesday, January 19, 2005)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes


Trees on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge                      Research III Building on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge                 Water Fountain on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge

Lake Raleigh on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge           Planter Next to Research III on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge           Snow covered Parking Lot Next to Research III on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge

Engineering Graduate Research Center on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge           Engineering Graduate Research Center on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge           Water Fountain on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge

Bridge on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge           Bridge on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge           College of Textiles on NC State’s Centennial Campus - Click to enlarge  


Photographs of Tornado damage in Orange County (Friday, January 14, 2005)
Photos courtesy of Darin Figurskey


Severe winds blew open the front door of this home and then blew much of the east wall completely out of the home  - Click to enlarge           View of a metal shed that was destroyed with some of the debris carried into nearby trees to a height of over 20 feet  - Click to enlarge           View of a metal shed that was destroyed with some of the debris carried into nearby trees to a height of over 20 feeth - Click to enlarge

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Photographs of Tornado damage in Moore and Wake Counties during the passage of the remnants of Hurricane Jean (Monday, September 27, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Christopher Hunt, Dr. Gary Lackmann, Scott Sharp, and Darin Figurskey



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Damage pictures from the Stokesdale Tornado and a 79 MPH downburst wind gust at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport during the passage of the remnants of Hurricane Ivan (Friday, September 17, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Guilford County Emergency Management, Stokesdale Fire Department, Doug Schneider, Darin Figurskey and Jeff Orrock



Stokedale Tornado damge photo - Click to enlarge           Stokedale Tornado damge photo - Click to enlarge           Stokedale Tornado damge photo - Click to enlarge

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Flipped over plane - Click to enlarge           Damage to plane - Click to enlarge           Damage to portion of the terminal - Click to enlarge  


Photographs of Crabtree Creek in Raleigh during the passage of Tropical Depression Gaston (Monday, August 30, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes



View of the Crabtree Creek looking northwest toward Glenwood Ave in Raleigh - Click to enlarge           View of the Crabtree Creek looking southeast toward a bridge used by the Raleigh Greenway system - Click to enlarge           View of the Crabtree Creek looking northwest toward Century Drive - Click to enlarge

View of the Crabtree Creek looking southeast from under Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh- Click to enlarge           View of a tree blown down in North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Gusty winds were common across Raleigh - Click to enlarge  


Photographs of flooding in Fayetteville partially resulting from Hurricane Charley (Sunday, August 15, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Dan Stephens



Photograph of flooding along a creek in the Lafayette Village subdivision in Fayetteville. The pictures were taken near Coventry Drive and Odom Drive at about 600 PM on 2004/08/15. Photographs courtesy of Dan Stephens. - Click to enlarge           Photograph of flooding along a creek in the Lafayette Village subdivision in Fayetteville. The pictures were taken near Coventry Drive and Odom Drive at about 600 PM on 2004/08/15. Photographs courtesy of Dan Stephens. - Click to enlarge           Photograph of flooding along a creek in the Lafayette Village subdivision in Fayetteville. The pictures were taken near Coventry Drive and Odom Drive at about 600 PM on 2004/08/15. Photographs courtesy of Dan Stephens. - Click to enlarge  


Spout Springs Tornado Damage (Harnett County) (August 12, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Jeremy Meerscheidt (Spout Springs Fire Department), Michael Moneypenny, and Michael Strickler



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Photo courtesy of Jeremy Meerscheidt (Spout Springs Fire Department)  - Click to enlarge           Photo courtesy of Jeremy Meerscheidt (Spout Springs Fire Department) - Click to enlarge           Photo courtesy of Jeremy Meerscheidt (Spout Springs Fire Department) - Click to enlarge
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Intense Rain Band over Raleigh Indirectly Associated with Hurricane Alex (August 2, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes



View of intense rain band as it approaches Centennial Campus. The photograph is taken looking east - Click to enlarge           View of intense rain band as it moves overhead on Centennial Campus. The photograph is taken looking northeast - Click to enlarge           View of intense rain band as it passes by on Centennial Campus. The photograph is taken looking north - Click to enlarge  


Thunderstorms over the Piedmont of North Carolina (July 14, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Mike Shumate and Jonathan Blaes



Photo taken at approximately 6:30 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from Hillsborough. Photo courtesy of Mike Shumate  - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 7:30 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North-Northwest from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:15 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking West-Northwest from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge

Photo taken at approximately 8:20 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking West-Northwest from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:20 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking West-Northwest from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:20 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking Northwest from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge

Photo taken at approximately 8:25 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:28 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:30 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge



Photo taken at approximately 8:28 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:32 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:32 PM EDT on July 14, 2004 looking North from North Raleigh - Click to enlarge

 


Thunderstorms over Scotland, Robeson, and Chatham Counties (July 9 and 11, 2004)
Photos courtesy of John Hamilton of Triad Skywarn



Photo taken at approximately 7:45 PM EDT on July 9, 2004 looking South from US Hwy 64 at the intersection of Shamrock Road in Asheboro. The thunderstorm was located over Scotland And Robeson Counties at the time. - Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 8:30 PM EDT on July 9, 2004 looking SSE from US Hwy 64 in Asheboro near the intersection of NC Hwy 42.  The thunderstorm was located over Scotland And Robeson Counties at the time. Click to enlarge           Photo taken at approximately 7:00 PM EDT on July 11, 2004 looking South from US Hwy 64 at the intersection of Shamrock Road in Asheboro.  The thunderstorm was located over Chatham County at the time. - Click to enlarge

 


Damage from an F1 Tornado Touchdown near Kipling, in Harnett County, NC (May 3, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Jenny Tart and Michael Moneypenny



Photo courtesy of Jenny Tart - Photo taken at approximately 520 PM EDT on May 2, 2004 in the Christian Light area of Harnett County looking east toward what is believed to be the funnel cloud that touched down a few minutes earlier as a tornado - Click to enlarge           Damage at southern end of tornado track is shown. 20 - 24 inch diameter pines twisted off - Click to enlarge           Rotation evident in wind damage - Click to enlarge

Large oak trees uprooted at nearly 180 degree angles - Click to enlarge           Roof damage, swing set on left was originally located at center of picture - Click to enlarge           Tree trunk on right was broken off the standing trunk at the far left. Note that the broken trunk was rotated as it fell - Click to enlarge

 


Winter Storm across Central North Carolina (February 26-27, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Becky Krieger, Dan Stephens, and Jonathan Blaes


Johnny Krieger measures 20 inches of snow in Archdale, Randolph County - photo by Becky Krieger           Snowy scene across Centennial Campus           Snowy scene across Centennial Campus          

Snow covered road in Fayetteville - photo by Dan Stephens           Significant snow accumulation in Fayetteville - photo by Dan Stephens           Snowman in Fayetteville - photo by Dan Stephens          

Snow covered daffodil, a sign of spring in the snow           Snow covered cherry blossoms, a sign of spring in the snow           Snowman struggling with above freezing temperatures          

Snow plows ready to roll in West Raleigh           Snow and ice cover portions of traffic signals          

 


Winter Storm across Raleigh, NC (January 25, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Michael Brennan and Jonathan Blaes


Busy NC Department of Transportation road maintenance facility           NC Department of Transportation snow plow hits the road           Busy NC Department of Transportation road maintenance facility          

Snow covered roads evident on NC State's Centennial Campus           Parking lot of an office building looks more like an ice rink           A five lane roadway covered in snow and ice in North Raleigh          

A Cardinal and a pair of Junco's enjoy a treat during the storm           A Cardinal enjoys a treat during the storm           Carolina Wren enjoying a treat at a suet feeder          

Tree covered with a glaze           Cars covered with a glaze           Snow and sleet falling          

Palm tree covered with snow and ice                   Icy conditions                   Reflection of a tree on a sleet covered surface          

 


Snowfall across Raleigh, NC (January 9, 2004)
Photos courtesy of Joshua Palmer, Michael Brennan, Phillip Badgett, and Jonathan Blaes


Snowy scene with church in downtown Raleigh           Front view of state museums in downtown Raleigh           Rear view of state museums in downtown Raleigh          

Interesting shot of snow covered bridge on NC State's Centennial Campus           Interesting shot of a snowy windshield           Snow covered holly bush          

Governor's mansion in downtown Raleigh           The old NC state Capital building in downtown Raleigh           Moore Square in downtown Raleigh          

Cardinal eating at a bird feeder during the storm           Mocking bird taking cover in a tree           Mocking bird taking cover in a tree          

New office tower looms behind the old NC state capital building in downtown Raleigh           Skyscaper looms in the background in downtown Raleigh                   Skyscaper looms in the background in downtown Raleigh          

Snowy scene across Centennial Campus           Snowy scene across Centennial Campus           Snowy scene across Centennial Campus          

Snowy scene at Research III on Centennial Campus           Snowy scene at Research III on Centennial Campus           Snow covered cars and parking lot          

Snowy landscape in Raleigh           Snowy landscape in Raleigh           Snowy landscape in Raleigh          

 


Flash flooding and wind damage across portions of Davidson County (September 23, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Davidson County Emergency Management/Fire


Flood waters flow over a road           Flood waters flow over a road           Flood waters flow over a road          

Flood waters lifted this shed and moved it           Flood waters reached into homes           Flood waters reached into homes          

Flood waters eroded this portio of roadway and scoured out the sub strate of the road                 Flood waters flooded this basement           Wind gust prodcued some wind damage            


Hurricane Isabel Raleigh, NC (September 18, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes


View from the NWS Raleigh office during the storm           Row of trees blown down near downtown Raleigh           Tree snapped on NC State's Centennial Campus          

Hurricane damage to Carolina Hurricanes billboard           Tree damage in west Raleigh           Utility repair crews work to restore service            


Rainbow and Mamatus Clouds behind a line of strong thunderstorms in Raleigh, NC (September 4, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes


Rainbow over Centennial Campus at NC State           Double rainbow over Centennial Campus at NC State           Mamatus clouds over Centennial Campus at NC State            


Flash Flooding in Raleigh, NC (August 8, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Nick Witcraft


Flooding reaches front doors of apartments in West Raleigh           Flood waters move swiftly in the distance           Parking lot flooded          

Apartment complex inundated           Apartment complex inundated           Vehicles foolishly traveling down flooded roadway            


Hail Storm in Laurinburg, NC (May 3, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes


Cumulonimbus clouds visible after storm passes           Hail stones visible in shrubbery           Hail melting on parking lot producing some fog          

Hail accumulation on ground           Flooding resulting from ice clogged drains           Leaves stripped from Trees            


Light Snowfall over the Campus of NC State in Raleigh, NC (January 23, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Brandon Locklear and Phil Badgett


Light Snowfalls over the Campus of NC State           Light Snowfalls over the Campus of NC State           Light Snowfalls over the Campus of NC State            


Light Snowfall across Raleigh, NC (January 16, 2003)
Photos courtesy of Jonathan Blaes


Light Snow covering portions of roadway           Light Snow covering portions of roadway           Light Snow falling and starting to accumulate            


Severe Ice Storm over the Raleigh-Durham area in central NC (December 4, 2002)
Photos courtesy of Gail Hartfield, Phillip Badgett, and Jonathan Blaes


Numerous tree limbs knocked down           Weight of ice bends dogwood tree to the ground           Ice coats maple tree with more than a 1/4 inch glaze          

Flag holds up as trees bend over           Numerous tree limbs knocked down           Numerous tree limbs knocked down          

Trees with ice across Centennial Campus           Downed tree from weight of ice           Downed tree from weight of ice          

Icy trees           Tree glazing           Tree glazing            


Kenly, NC Tornado (October 11, 2002)
Photos courtesy of Douglas Schneider


Home damaged significantly and limbs liter the area           Out buildings destroyed and debris spread about           Pine trees snapped off half way up trunk            









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