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Slideshows: Weather

A look back at winter of 1989 in Jacksonville

Monday evening sunset, by Carollee Adams

Sunsets across the First Coast

Photo sent in by Edward Wright

Beautiful skies across the First Coast

Blue skies in St. Augustine Oct. 2. Photo submitted by Debra Briggs.

Weather, sunrises and blue skies

Lightning in Green Cove Springs (Photo sent in by Kevin Hirsch)

Rainbows, sunsets and more

Photo sent in by Charyl Murray

Friday's penumbral lunar eclipse

Flooding in the Downtown Jacksonville area

3rd Street is closed from Seagate Avenue south to as far as the eye can see, all underwater. (Photo sent in by Eric Harris)

Flooding in Jacksonville Beach

Storm rolling in Oceanway - Kimberly

Summer storm photos from around the First Coast

Storm damage near Monument and Derringer roads (Photo sent in by Joe McGarr)

Thursday storm damage on the First Coast

Photo sent in by Tom Johannes

Supermoon on the First Coast

Dark skies on Thursday near downtown Jacksonville (Paul Bulluck/First Coast News)

Severe weather on the First Coast

Photo by Melody Agnew

First Coast storm photos

Photos of Tropical Storm Andrea from around the First Coast

SHAWNEE, OK - MAY 20: Candice Lopez (L) and Stephanie Davis help clean debris from Thelma Coxs mobile home after it was destroyed by a tornado May 20, 2013 near Shawnee, Oklahoma. A series of tornados moved across central Oklahoma May 19, killing two people and injuring at least 21. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Images from the disasters that have dominated 2013

People walk through a damaged area near the Moore Warren Theater after a powerful tornado ripped through the area on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. The tornado, reported to be at least EF4 strength and two miles wide, touched down in the Oklahoma City area on Monday killing at least 51 people. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Photos of the Oklahoma tornado damage

Severe weather damages parts of Lake City. This photo is courtesy of Sade Malloy.

Severe weather slams First Coast

Leslie Ballou: This was in Bryceville

Hail photos from around the First Coast

Portsmouth, NH, this is the start of storm Nemo at 8 this morning. Photo sent in by Carrie.

PHOTOS: 'Historic' blizzard hits New England

Final Operation Sandy Relief shipment delivered Tuesday

FSA photographer Arthur Rothstein captured this photograph of Art Coble and his sons, south of Boise City, Okla., in April 1936. It became one of the iconic photographs of the Dust Bowl and one of the most reproduced photos of the 20th century.  Courtesy of Library of Congress

'The Dust Bowl'

Hurricane Sandy washed sand from the beach into the streets and toward the opposite side of the island. The aerial photographs taken in May 2009 and on Nov. 5 look northwest across Rockaway Peninsula in Neponsit, N.Y. The yellow arrow in each image points to the same feature.  United States Geological Survey

Images before and after Hurricane Sandy

Snow accumulates in the Rockaway Beach neighborhood of the borough of Queens, New York City.  Craig Ruttle, AP

Nor'easter strikes shore towns

People try to keep warm by a fire during near-freezing temperatures in the Rockaway, N.Y., neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  Allison Joyce, Getty Images

Cleanup still underway from Sandy

Final day of Operation Sandy Relief finishes strong

15,000 pounds worth of donations collected for Operation Sandy Relief, more needed

Margaret Knichel and daughter Rebecca O'Neill of Union Beach, N.J., look for any items belonging to Knichel's son, Shawn Knichel, while standing on what was the kitchen floor of his home, destroyed by Sandy.  Tanya Breen/ Asbury Park Press

Northeast still recovering from Sandy

Lisa Kravchenko stands amid flood debris in her princess Halloween costume Oct. 31 in the Staten Island borough of New York.  John Minchillo, AP

Sandy cleanup underway in Northeast

People walk past homes and businesses destroyed during Hurricane Sandy in the Rockaway section of the Queens borough of New York City.  Spencer Platt, Getty Images

Sandy's aftermath

The 168-foot water tanker John B. Caddell is aground near Front Street in the Stapleton neighborhood on Oct. 30 on Staten Island, N.Y.  Sean Sweeney, AP

Sandy leaves path of destruction

Brooklyn Nets forward Andray Blatche took this photo and asked his followers, "Outside my house now should I leave?"  @drayblatche

Hurricane Sandy affects athletes

The New York skyline, as seen from the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn, remains dim late Monday.  Frank Franklin II, AP

Hurricane Sandy strikes, awaking to the damage

A van plows through floodwaters on Rt. 36 W in Long Branch as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the Jersey Shore, Monday, October 29, 2012. / Mary Frank

The damage from Sandy in Central Jersey

Chuck Snyder/Special to The News Journal
The Lighthouse at Ruddertowne in Dewey Beach has water all around it.

Sandy storm damage in Delaware

Photo sent in by Wayne<br>Doctors Lake at sunset on Saturday.

Sandy passes by the First Coast on Saturday

Photo by Leslie Costello<br>St. Augustine Beach on Friday.

Sandy's effect on the First Coast

Waves on Jacksonville Beach as Sandy approaches

A man walks through wrecked buildings.  AFP/Getty Images

Despite slowing down, Hurricane Sandy still a threat to East coast

Laura Rath, on vacation from the Netherlands, walks on the beach with her family as high winds from Hurricane Sandy hit Miami Beach.  Joe Raedle, Getty Images

Hurricane Sandy leaves 21 dead after hitting Caribbean

Santiago Porteiro, right, takes advantage of the winds from the outerbands of Hurricane Sandy to kite surf in Miami. Sandy is expected to hit eastern Cuba on Wednesday night and the Bahamas Thursday and Friday.  By Joe Raedle, Getty Images

Hurricane Sandy strikes

Mike Kaminski/First Coast News

Rain, flooding in Northeast Florida, Southeast Georgia

Photo sent in by Rob Rose<br>Rainbow over St. Johns Bluff and Beach this morning.

Waterspouts and rainbows on the First Coast

Image by Mike Kaminski/First Coast News

Rainbows to start your weekend

Jenny Leggettes hair blows into her face as she and her husband, Russell, take a walk on Tampas Pass-A-Grill Beach as Tropical Storm Isaac moves closer to Southern Florida.
By Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY

Florida preparing, feeling Isaac's effects

Dan Blanchard/First Coast News

Behind the scenes at the RNC

Image by Lewis Turner/First Coast News

FCN on the road: Isaac & GOP convention preparations

Jamie Valet/First Coast News<br>Sunset Beach at sunset on Thursday.

FCN in Tampa Bay

A viewer sent First Coast News this photo of a funnel cloud spotted between Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island this afternoon at 1:25 p.m.

Monday severe weather on the First Coast

Photo courtesy Captain Ronnie Gann, Chief of Special Operations, Clay County Sheriffs Office.

Aerial photographs show flooded Clay County

Live Oak, Fla.
Viewer photo by Kayla Box.

Debby: The aftermath

Baker County.
Viewer photo by Kelly Lannigan.

Parts of First Coast still feeling Debby's impact

Herschel Street flooding. Image sent in by Misty.

Debby: Wednesday afternoon viewer photos

Henry Mosley Road off 218, Clay County, Fla.
Viewer photo by Heather Austin.

Debby's deluge: Day 3 continued

Taking the kids by canoe to meet Nana. Image sent in by Kelly Pattison.

Debby: Wednesday midday viewer photos

Lasalle Street in San Marco. Sent in by Joni Grace.

Debby: Wednesday morning viewer photos

San Marco, Jacksonville, Fla.
Viewer photo by Barry Newman.

Debby's First Coast Impact: Pictures from day 3

Photo sent in by Colleen Lea<br>Flooding in Orange Park off of Wells Road.

Tropical Storm Debby photos from around the area

Photo sent in by Kristie Vaughn<br>Flooding in Lake City.

Debby continues to impact the First Coast

Grassland Way, Lake City.
Viewer photo by Kayla Pender.

Tuesday photos of Tropical Storm Debby

Ken Amaro/First Coast News<br>Jackknifed semi truck on I-10 on Tuesday morning.

Auto accidents during Tropical Storm Debby

Viewer photo by Jessi McMoran

Tropical Storm Debby: Day 2 photos

Green Cove Springs.
Viewer photo by Austin Gaver

Tropical Storm Debby pictures

Charles Huesman sent in this photo of Monday morning flooding on Cassat Avenue.

Tropical Storm Debby on the First Coast - Viewer pictures

Storm damage in Safety Harbor. Photo courtesy Marisa Spainhoward.

Heavy rain, winds from Tropical Storm Debby cause damage in Tampa Bay

Photo sent by WTSP viewer Marty Williamson in Venus, Florida.

Tornado in Lake Placid kills 1, damages 10 homes

St. Johns County wants you to 'Know Your Zone'

Tree in Yulee lands on home, peacefully

Joseph sent in this image of a Southside Plate Glass sign that fell on a car in the San Marco area on Philips Highway.

Beryl storm photos: Slideshow 3

A three block area of Riverside Ave. near Stockton St. began to go under water before 5am Monday.

Riverside area flooding from Beryl

A JEA crew was out working Monday morning at the corner was Hogan and Belfort roads on the Southside. - Bill Bortzfield/First Coast News

Beryl storm photos: Slideshow 2

Tree House

Photo by Patricia Jimenez, First Coast News

Beryl storm photos: Slideshow 1

Jax Beach Pier May 27

Sent in by Deb Carmel<br>A hail storm passes by Deb Carmels back yard in St. Marys, Ga.

Rain and Hail Across The First Coast

By Khampha Bouaphanh, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram via AP
Homes in Lancaster, Texas, lay destroyed by a tornado. Tornadoes tore through the Dallas area Tuesday, peeling roofs off homes, tossing tractor-trailers into the air.

Tornadoes Touch Down in Dallas-Fort Worth Area


Tornadoes Ravage Midwest, South

Brrrr! Cold Weather Around the First Coast | SLIDESHOW

Auburn, Alabama (AP Photo by Dave Martin)

Southeast Storm Damage | SLIDESHOW