YOUR PHOTOS: Wild Weather

Wild weather whipped through the Philadelphia area.

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Sept. 30: A tree snapped in high winds taking out light pole and electric line behind my house in Wilmington Del. at the Village of Fox Point apartments. Chris McKnight Wilmington DE
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Tim Furlong
Rain caused this damage in downtown West Chester around 1:30 a.m.
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Viewer's Photo
Water almost touches Smith's Bridge in Chadds Ford, Pa due to heavy rain.
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Jeremy Rolinski
High waters swallow areas in Conshohoken, Pa.
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Kelly Gualtieri
Oct. 1, 2010 a wild storm left cars trapped from flooding in Broomall, Pa.
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Theresa DeAngelo
Tree falls and damages a car in Wayne, Pa.
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Theresa DeAngelo
Three trees fell down in Wayne, Pa on Brookwood Road.
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Theresa DeAngelo
A tree collapsed and hit a home on Brookwood Rd in Wayne, Pa.
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Street flooded and residents evacuated from flooding in Springfield, Pa.
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Maleita Olson
Roads blocked due to heavy rains in Springfield, Pa.
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Maleita Olson
High waters in Springfield, Pa force some residents to evacuate.
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Maleita Olson
Roads were shut down in Springfield, Pa because of heavy flooding.
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Maleita Olson
Flooding takes over the lawns located on Doe Road in Springfield, Pa.
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Maleita Olson
Heavy rains flood West Rolling Rd and Doe Rd in Springfield, Pa.
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Maleita Olson
High waters took over this homes front yard in Springfield Pa.
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Maleita Olson
Residents of Doe Run and West Rolling Road in Springfield Pa were evacuated at 4:30 a.m.
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Maleita Olson
High waters take over West Rolling Road in Springfield, Pa.
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Viewer Photo
Sept. 30: A tree snapped in high winds taking out light pole and electric line behind my house in Wilmington Del. at the Village of Fox Point apartments. Chris McKnight Wilmington DE
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NBCPhiladelphia.com
Delaware Avenue was flooded and closed in Old City.
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Ted Greenberg
Straight line winds that blew up to 80 mph, snapped trees and knocked out power to thousands on Sunday, July 25. See more of the aftermath here.
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NBCPhiladelphia.com
A huge tree -- almost 6-feet-around -- nearly destroyed this home in the Torresdale section of Philadelphia on Sunday, July 25. Luckily, only part of the home was damaged, but the ordeal was too much for the elderly homeowner. Hear his emotional reaction here.
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Frankie Collas
This viewer from Delaware sent in what they thought appeared to be a funnel cloud.
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Sarah Corry
From Egg Harbor Township NJ. Poor old tree!
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Lucy Thoden
Heavy rain falls in PHI storm Sunday, July 25, 2010.
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Shaun Dwyer
This intersection was flooded out in Delaware Wednesday afternoon.
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Shaun Dwyer
Flooding at the Delaware Veteran's Hospital put cars under about 4 feet of water, according to witnesses.
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Shaun Dwyer
Some emergency personnel were wading through the waters Wednesday.
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Ron Gallagher
Lincoln Ave. in Prospect Park, Pa. was underwater Wednesday.
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Deanna Durante/NBCPhiladelphia.com
Flooding under a bridge in Trainer, Delaware County Wednesday afternoon.
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Viewer Photo
Wednesday flooding in Folcroft, Pa.
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At ShopRite in Morrell Park in Philadelphia. It looks like a funnel cloud on July 13, 2010 as heavy rains moved through the area causing flash flooding.
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Colleen Rinear
Cheltenham Village at Old Soldiers and Ryers.
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Colleen Rinear
Cheltenham Village at Old Soldiers and Ryers. July 13, 2010.
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Glen Tomkinson
This is Righters Ferry Road in Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
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Glen Tomkinson
Glen Tompkinson emailed these pictures into NBCPhiladelphia.com --
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Glen Tomkinson
Righters Ferry Road leads down to a fitness center and a school bus depot.
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Glen Tomkinson
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Annie Mitchell
Another flooding picture of Righters Ferry Road near the Aquatic and Fitness Center in Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
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Lisa Davis
Flooding in Wyncote, Pa. July 13, 2010.
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Emily
City Ave under a foot of water! St. Joe's University campus at 54th and City Ave. around 8:40 on Tuesday, July 13, 2010.
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Lindsey Cook
Turning everyone off of I-76 Tuesday morning, July 13, 2010 when the water got too high near the Belmont Avenue exit.
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Samantha Lacy
Stuck on the Schuylkill Expressway, which was shut down eastbound due to flooding Tuesday morning, July 13, 2010.
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Jillian Mele
Pennsylvania Avenue in Oreland/Whitemarah. This is normally a creek, a barrier and a road. Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Dennis
Cherry Hill N.J. flooding on Kings Hwy.
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Caitlyn Burke and Chris Bielski
This was taken in Chester County right after a violent storm ended on June 25, 2010.
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Adriana Labella
Drexel Hill, Pa.
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Renea Butler
Trees destroyed the backyard of Renea's neighbors in Clifton Heights, Pa. Thursday afternoon.
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Renea Butler
The storm that whipped through the area Thursday took down trees and caused damage like what happend on Washington Ave. in Clifton Heights, Pa., according to neighbors.
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Kelly Manuel
My children attend the Primos Center of Today's Child Learning Center. During the "major" storm today, part of the building was damaged. My oldest son (age 5) witnessed the site as the roof was literally ripped off of the building. If it was not for quick thinking on the minds of that staff, who knows what would have happened.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Kelly Manuel
One part of the roof landed on a teacher's car.
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Kelly Manuel
The roof was ripped off completely.
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Kelly Manuel
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Kelly Manuel
Another part of the roof landed on the SEPTA tracks.
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Kelly Manuel
Two generators/AC units blew off.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Kelly Manuel
The teachers remained calm for the children and quickly got them to safety at the daycare next to their center.
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Kelly Manuel
My children, along with the other children there, are safe at home because of those teachers. Here's a tree down along Lindbergh Blvd.
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Wendy Gayle
These pictures were taken on Pine Creek Rd. in Chester Springs, Pa.
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Wendy Gayle
All the brown you see are the roots from each of the trees.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Wendy Gayle
I think there were abt a dozen of them. It looked like a tree graveyard. Pretty scary.
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Wendy Gayle
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Wendy Gayle
I couldn't get home yesterday, all roads to my house were shut down, so I abandoned my car and started walking.
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Wendy Gayle
Ran across these trees on the way.
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Jay Gelman
Some wild winds kick up.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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The view inside the ballpark.
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Hilary S
You could barely see anything at the Piazza in Northern Liberties.
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Jennifer Kronstein
The view of the rain and wind in Cherry Hill, N.J.
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This townhome in Eagleville, Pa. went up in flames after lighting struck it Thursday.
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Tim Lake
The homeowner was inside sleeping when he said he was awaken by a loud bang before smelling smoke. Before he knew it, his house was on fire.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Tim Lake
This is the second time in two years a home on this street was hit by lightning, the man said.
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A huge tree crushed this car in the parking lot of the Chateau Ridge apartments in Pine Hill, N.J. Luckily, no one was hurt.
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Kristen Catalanotto
Wind pounded Devon, Pa.
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Mike Nabb
This old tree was turned into splinters at its base and fell onto a home in Broomall, Pa. Luckily, no one was home at the time.
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vff2487
A dangerous situation in Bryn Mawr, Pa. as trees toppled onto power lines, sparking a fire.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Kelly
Police were forced to close the Morris Street as they worked to safely remove the tree.
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Kelly
Here's another view.
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Angleo
Broad Street at Shunk Street was blocked by a huge tree following the storm.
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Angelo
This tree inside Marconi Park in South Philadelphia split in the high winds.
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Larry Heneck
Larry took this photo from outside the Amoroso's Bakery in Philadelphia. He was a mere 20 feet from a truck, but the rain and hail made it almost disappear.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Tom Fulmer
These trees were left splintered in one Drexel Hill neighborhood.
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Tom Fulmer
Roots were left exposed as trees rested on roofs.
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Tom Fulmer
Some landed on yards while others landed on homes.
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Tom Fulmer
Streets were left littered with huge logs instead of branches.
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Sent via BlackBerry
Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Michael L. Kitain
Storm pictures from Drexel Hill, Pa.
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Drexel Hill, Delaware County, Pa.
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Drexel Hill, Delaware County, Pa.
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Eileen Ferrarie
Look at the size of the hail from our back yard in Mays Landing, N.J. during the storm.
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Michelle
Radnor Trail. Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Wires down in Bryn Mawr.
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Todd
Lansdowne, Pa.
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Wendy Gayle
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Danielle Piercy
Huge tree down. Powerful stuff.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.Send in your weather pictures and video.
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Attiyah Blair
Lansdowne, Pa.
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Amy Burke
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Amy Burke
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Amy Burke
Hail damage of my house in Drexel Hill, Pa.
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Amy Burke
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Amy Burke
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Ian Horowitz
Tree was ripped from ground and side of back deck destroyed.
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Ian Horowitz
Table on the deck was picked up and thrown through the deck and up onto a hill next to the house.
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Michael and Belinda
Hail in Absecon, N.J.
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An uprooted tree on a residential street at Yeadon Borough in Delaware County, Pa.
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More tree damage in Yeadon Borough, Del. Co.
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Trees such as this one in Yeadon Borough ended up strewn over homes and properties after the storm.
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Broken wires and power loss were another result of fallen trees during the storm. The viewer submitted this one from Yeadon Borough, as well.
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Torn branches and fallen trees in Yeadon Borough.
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Houses were the additional victims of the intense precipitation. Take a look at one of Yeadon Borough's homes, which got unexpectedly hit with up-ended trees.
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Trucks at the site of a fallen tree in Yeadon Borough.
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Showing that not even deeply rooted trees were immune to the storm, this picture was taken on a sidewalk in Yeadon Borough.
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Twisting branches tore off this tree in Yeadon Borough during the intense rain.
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Rachel Falcone
In Secane, Pa., the storm caused a tree to fall on this car -- with 5 people inside. Luckily, all the passengers were taken to the hopsital, and everyone is O.K.
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Gene Montecalvo
This image was taken by a viewer from inside the Phillies dugout during the storm.
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This large tree was uprooted during the storm in West Atco, N.J.
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A viewer sent in this image of Old Cedar Grove Road in Broomall, Pa. after two trees fell and took down some electrical wires with them. The viewer said, "There are several hundred families without power because of this mess and we have not seen a Peco truck."
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John Yatcilla
A large tree that fell in the middle of the road in one viewer's area. The tree damaged 2 vehicles.
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John Yatcilla
A damaged car from the fallen tree in the previous picture.
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Drew Salamone
One NBC10 employee has been stuck on the Expressway for two hours!
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John Yatcilla
This car was heavily damaged after the tree fell into the road.
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The rainbow after the storm in Willow Grove.
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Tim Burden
Branches crush a picnic table in Blue Bell.
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