Images of Irene
Photo galleries of Hurricane Irene's sweep up the East Coast Aug. 26-28, 2011.
A year after Hurricane Irene battered the North Carolina coast, take a look back at some of the most memorable photos captured during the storm's march up the Eastern seaboard.
Hurricane Irene damaged Tarboro's historic town square.
Crews continue to work in Rodanthe to repair N.C. Highway 12, damaged from Hurricane Irene in August.
Oregon Inlet and Pea Island on the Outer Banks were battered Aug. 27, 2011, by Hurricane Irene. Photos are courtesty Donny Bowers.
Photos of Hurricane Irene's impact in Hatteras by Donny Bowens.
Photos of Hurricane Irene's impact in Buxton by Donny Bowens.
Photos of Hurricane Irene's impact in Frisco.
Photos of Hurricane Irene's impact in Rodanthe by Donny Bowers.
Don Lee Center operated by the NC United Methodist Church and has hosted generations along the north shore of the Neuse River.
Hurricane Irene ripped apart N.C. 12, the only highway link along the Outer Banks.
Hurricane Irene swept across the North Carolina coast on Aug. 27, 2011, leaving a trail of damage.
Hurricane Irene ripped up North Carolina's coast on Aug. 27, 2011, and the winds, rain and storm surge damaged counties along the Pamlico and Albemarle sounds.
The outer edges of Hurricane Irene swept across the Triangle on Aug. 27, 2011, leaving a trail of damage.
Hurricane Irene tore up the North Carolina coast on Aug. 27, 2011, leaving a trail of damage in inland areas like Wilson, Rocky Mount and Greenville.
Hurricane Irene's winds and rain caused extensive damage across Halifax County.
Tropical Storm Irene dumped rain on Vermont for hours on Aug. 28, 2011, causing widespread flooding.
Hurricane Irene hit North Carolina on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011.
Hurricane Irene takes down trees across North Carolina.
Hurrcane Irene's winds and rain brought effects as far inland as the Triangle on Aug. 27, 2011.
Streets flooded, trees toppled and a dorm was damaged as Hurricane Irene swept across the ECU campus.
Beautiful sunsets were seen across North Carolina in advance of Hurricane Irene.
People brave Hurricane Irene, August 2011.
Animals brave Hurrican Irene, August 2011.
Along the North Carolina coast, boarded up windows and building winds were the first indications of Hurricane Irene's arrival.
Forecast images, watches and warnings for Hurricane Irene.