A heavy afternoon downpour accompanied by high-speed winds Monday brought flooding to downtown Johnson City.
A strong wind storm that moved through the area downed a tree near the now-defunct Buffalo Valley Golf Course Tuesday night. No injuries were reported.
ATLANTA — More than 29 million people face a threat of severe storms Monday that could bring hail the size of tennis balls, damaging winds and strong tornadoes to the southeastern United States, forecasters said.
Stretching about 125 feet tall and measuring 30 feet in circumference, the water oak in Johnson City resident Bo Bowman’s front yard has existed for at least 175 years.
HAMPTON — Last Friday’s storm continues to cause disruptions in normal activities. The latest impact, the temporary closure of the Shook Branch Swimming Area on Watauga Lake, is especially felt with the current string of hot and humid days.
Restoring electricity to 48,000 customers isn’t cheap.
Weather wasn’t the first thing on Faye Russell’s mind when she and six of her friends went out on Watauga Lake Friday afternoon.
Seven women survived a scary outing on Watauga Lake as Friday’s major storm blew in and left
Jul 12, 2016 at 1:47 PM
Update: Power Board reports 248 remained without service as of late Monday afternoon.
Repair crews of the Johnson City Power Board have been working all weekend to repair damage from Friday’s storm and restore power.
A former Carter County Circuit Court Clerk and his wife were killed when strong winds blew the top out of a large tree onto their campsite during Friday evening’s storm.
Strong winds knocked down trees Wednesday evening as Johnson City was struck by a storm with heavy rain, lightning and hail.