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NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
Catalog of Images

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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. It is not a question of if this could happen again, but instead, when will it happen again.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina - a collapsed house, downed trees, and downed powerlines.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Half destroyed house with pictures left on wall, couch in upstairs living room, and lamp sitting as though it had not been disturbed. A freak of the storm. Storm surge debris in front of house.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Upper floor of two adjacent buildings appear unscathed although bottom level appears to be hollow shell. Parts of broken asphalt road are strewn about. Hurricane Katrina devastation.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Remains of a saloon following Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Twisted railroad track gives witness to the power of the storm surge next to destroyed railroad bridge. Hurricane Katrina devastation.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Remains of the Marine Life Aquarium following passage of Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi, Gulfport 2005 September
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Utter devastation following passage of Hurricane Katrina. What was here was swept away with the exception of low-lying concrete.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Following clearing of road, it could still be difficult to orient oneself in a devastated landscape. Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi 2005 September
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A NOAA helicopter landing at the NWS National Data Buoy Center following passage of Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi, Stennis Space Center 2005 September
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NOAA Corps woman helicopter pilot and civilian flying in support Hurricane Katrina damage evaluation and relief efforts.
Mississippi, Stennis Space Center 2005 September
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NOAA helicopter taking off from the temporary base at the National Data Buoy Center. Flying in support of Hurricane Katrina damage evaluation and relief efforts.
Mississippi, Stennis Space Center 2005 September
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Remains of a hotel following passage of Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi 2005 September
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The inside of a school cafeteria with mud left on tables and stools after water receded.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Hurricanes do strike the same place twice. Historical marker commemorating the devastation of Waveland by Hurricane Camille. Cleanup efforts following Katrina are evident in background.
Mississippi 2005 September
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Amidst devastation a religious statue remains apparently unscathed.
Mississippi 2005 September
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"The Nieve Penitente in the Argentine Andes."
Argentina
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"... Clouds or Fog Cascading through Last Fork Canon and into the Santa Anita Canon."
California, Mount Wilson Observatory 1919 Circa
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View from Commencement Bay of a banner cloud on Mount Rainier.
Washington, Tacoma 1915 Circa
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"The Most Famous Cloud in the World." The "Tablecloth" cascading over the edge of Table Mountain, near Cape Town, South Africa. In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18. Library Call Number M T151b.
South Africa, Table Mountain, Capetown
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"Typical Forms of Clouds." In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18. Library Call Number M T151b.
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"Typical Forms of Clouds." In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18. Library Call Number M T151b.
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"A Fog Bank at Sea." In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18. Library Call Number M T151b.
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"A Snow Garland". Forty-three inches long, sagging from the top of a fence at the Central Meteorological Observatory in Tokyo. In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18. Library Call Number M T151b.
Tokyo, Japan
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"A Phantom Born of Ice Crystals - A Solar Halo." A picture taken at St. Moritz, in the Alps, October 8, 1928, showing the common halo of 22 degrees around the sun. the clouds are cirro-stratus. In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18. Library Call Number M T151b.
St. Moritz, France 1928 October 8
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"The Wonder of the Rainbow." This picture, taken at Aberdeen, Scotland, stands unrivaled among photographs of the rainbow. It is especially remarkable for showing a series of 'supernumerary' bows inside the primary. In: "A Book about the Weather" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. P. 18.
Scotland, Aberdeen
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Altocumulus undulatus. This formation occurred during a transition from altostratus to altocumulus. Looking NW from Cheyenne at 9:11 A. M.
Wyoming, Cheyenne 1933 January 5
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Halo having a 22 degree radius giving the appearance of surrounding the sun on a hazy day. Figure 85 in: "A Treatise on Meteorology" by Elias Loomis, 1880. Library Call Number QC861 .L66 1880.
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A sun pillar observed near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia at about 6:00 P. M. This pillar was visible in Silver Spring, Maryland, about 50 miles to the southeast at approximately the same time.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2001 March
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Geometry lesson in the sky. Parallel cloud bands over Harpers Ferry area.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2001 Winter
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Icicles formed from natural seeps near Harpers Ferry.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2001 Winter
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Potomac River overflowing its banks near Harpers Ferry.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry
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MARC commuter train in the fog at Brunswick, MD early on a workday morning.
Point of Rocks, Maryland 2001
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A fast freight slicing through the fog at Brunswick, MD.
Point of Rocks, Maryland 2001
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MARC commuter train conductor catching up with local news on a foggy morning at Brunswick, MD.
Point of Rocks, Maryland 2001
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Sun rising as seen through the fog at the MARC train commuter lot at Point of Rocks.
Point of Rocks, Maryland 2001
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Clouds and sun silhouette the statue symbolizing NOAA's stewardship of the environment at the entrance to a NOAA headquarters building in Silver Spring. This statue was titled "Hand of Noah" by its sculptor, Raymond Kaskey in 1991.
Silver Spring, Maryland 2001
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A towering cumulus builds over the Harpers Ferry area.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2000
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Sunrise at the MARC station at Point of Rocks.
Point of Rocks, Maryland 2001
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Icicles on the south side of a home illuminated on a bright winter morning.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2001
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Snowy trees at break of day in the Harpers Ferry area.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2001
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Sunrise with warm colors on a cold morning in the Harpers Ferry area.
West Virginia, Harpers Ferry 2001
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern
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Colorado Plateau cumulus.
Utah, eastern

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