Thousands of people were without power after strong storms moved through the Charlotte area early Monday afternoon. At least one possible tornado caused damage in the Reedy Creek neighborhood of east Charlotte. As the storm moved north and east, it continued to topple trees and powerlines as it moved towards Harrisburg in Cabarrus County.A second round of storms started moving through the area Monday evening, bringing damaging winds and the possibility of isolated tornadoes. Neighbors described the sights and sounds they witnessed.“She said it sounded like a train coming straight through the backyard,” Virginia Luther said.“The sites are crazy,” Ben Troutman said. “Trees everywhere.”READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/weather/weather-iq/severe-weather-threat-charlotte-north-carolina-brad-panovich/275-1bd69196-b54e-427e-89b0-1abe6be8e2b6
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People in Hampton Roads experienced storm damage Monday afternoon as severe weather moved through the area.
One couple WCCO-TV spoke with said that the storm damage ruined their summer plans.
Severe storms that pushed across Minnesota on Wednesday left behind damage, took down trees, knocked out power, and caused flooding across the metro.https://www.fox9.com/news/storms-leave-behind-damage-across-minnesota
Officials are warning that California could experience an energy crisis in the coming months.
Severe weather passed through Central Georgia on May 6. Here are photos submitted by viewers.
Two life-altering storms just two years apart: Ellicott City is one of many areas in Maryland experiencing firsthand the impact of climate change. 11 TV Hill takes a look at the resiliency of those who have weathered the storms and the projects underway to protect the community for another 250 years. Whether it’s rising sea levels or severe storms, we’re now rethinking our relationship to the environment. After years of catastrophic floods, preventative action is taking shape in Ellicott City. Progress can be seen across Ellicott City as efforts to prevent the devastating floods along Main Street time and time again.Subscribe to WBAL on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1oJSRCNGet more Baltimore news: http://www.wbaltv.comLike us: http://facebook.com/wbaltv11Follow us: https://twitter.com/wbaltv11Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wbaltv11/
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A band of thunderstorms is traveling across Connecticut on Thursday evening. Some parts of the state are already seeing the damage.
About a dozen people are giving their time and sweat equity to help those in Statham’s Landing clean up and rebuild.
Cushing comes together to help those affected by storm damages