Your Wild Weather Photos

NBCPhiladelphia's users sent in photos of flooding, rain and wind damage -- basically what they saw as severe thunderstorms rolled through the area Friday afternoon and evening, July 31, 2009.

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Flooding on Route 38 West in Maple Shade, New Jersey from the storms that rolled through Friday afternoon, July 31, 2009.
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A full mail truck flipped on it's side in Swedesboro, New Jersey.
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Anne Guth sent this picture in from Medford Lakes, New Jersey. "We have downed wires and trees everywhere. Neighbors are helping neighbors because many are waiting for assistance from firemen, etc.," she said.
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The water was so high at Route 420 (a.k.a. Lincoln Avenue) in Prospect Park, Pa. that a car got stuck and the fire department had to get it out.
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This Mount Laurel, N.J. street was looking more like a river.
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A tree fell on this car in Medford Lakes, N.J.
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Flooding along Oreland Mill Road in Oreland, Pa.
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The street sign says it all in Stratford, N.J.
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The Corner of Minnetonka and Wykagyl in Stratford, Camden County.
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Crissy sent in pictures from her area in Clementon, New Jersey, asking if a tornado had come through.
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She said wires were down all over and many trees were sdown too.
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Crissy said there were police scanner reports of trees down in Stratford, New Jersey.
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And that many of the trees were blocking local roads.
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Local police got scores of 9-1-1 calls during and after the storm, according to Crissy.
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"In all of the years I have had this scanner, I have never heard of damage this severe," Crissy said.
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"Trees coming down all in a row is pretty crazy!"
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The storm also brought down power lines.
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You can bet a lot of folks have been on the phone with their insurance companies.
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