Philipsburg wakes up to some snow just as October begins.
The early October snow covers a birch tree.
Mapleton-Union Elementary school.
A fantastic double rainbow.
Some sunshine following a shower.
Flooding near Route 655 in Huntingdon County.
A road turns into a raging river.
The waters come up quick in Mount Union.
Some strong thunderstorms rolled through the area on a late-September morning.
A brilliant red sunset in Philipsburg.
A field of goldenrod among the clouds.
A vivid rainbow in the Susquehanna Valley.
From the Friday night football game.
A railroad bridge struggling against the Susquehanna River.
The levee system was put to the test in Wilkes-Barre as the Susquehanna River rose to above levels seen during Hurricane Agnes.
It is not easy to get a picture of lightning, but Dawn Connor of DuBois succeeded.
A vivid shot of a nighttime thunderstorm.
Raystown Lake swells after the heavy rainfall.
The aftermath of a rock struck by lightning.
Catching a beautiful August sunset.
A potent thunderstorm dropped hail over a large part of the Altoona area back in August.
Some flooding in the New Baltimore area.
Dark clouds roll in ahead of a spring thunderstorm.
Extra water being released through the Raystown Dam.
Spring fog near Gallitzin.
More heavy rain and flooding, this time from Bedford County.
While we did have some flooding around here, the flooding was much worse just off to our east.
A beautiful day to end August on the Tipton Reservoir.
The Aughwick Creek floods in Huntingdon County.
Heavy rain causes the Bald Eagle Creek to rise rapidly.
A bridge surrounded by flood waters.
Heavy rains brought the Juniata River up in Huntingdon County.
Flooding at the Canal Basin in Hollidaysburg.
A rushing creek in Huntingdon County.
Governor Tom Corbett Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Hurricane Irene
FEMA and Federal Partners Moving Teams and Commodities Throughout East Coast to Support States and Cities
A tree lands on a van during a thunderstorm.
Flooding in Clearfield from a thunderstorm.
Tree snapped in half from a thunderstorm.
The sun appears to burn a hole in the clouds.
Watch for the face in the clouds.
Ok. It's not the wildest but there was a lot of hail here locally.
This is why you should never stand underneath a tree during a thunderstorm.
Imagine this hail storm taking over your pool and the rest of your backyard.
Not the best day to go to the Jersey Shore...
National Geographic's Cameramen get really close footage to a storm surge, a little too close.
Waves in the sky? Who knew?
Amazing Microburst in Oklahoma!
Want to go through the Arizona Dust Storm?
Maybe that's what happens when a tornado meets a volcano.