Storm system consisting of strong winds, hail, heavy rain, lightning strikes and some tornadic activity impacted the Southeast U.S. states of Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina May 17 through 20, 2013. The storm resulted in some concentrated damages in Georgia and Alabama and scattered damages throughout the Carolinas. Damage reports indicate losses due to the weather, downed trees and limbs and water in homes. Losses include damages to roofs, decks, siding, fences, electronics, glass and vehicles.
A low pressure system stalled over the Southeastern U.S. from May 3 to May 6, 2013. Heavy rain from this system resulted in flooding in parts of the Carolinas with several locations reporting over 2 inches of rainfall. Most of the damage reported at this time is largely due to wind and rain with a concentration of claims in the Atlanta metro area.
A storm consisting of golf ball-sized hail impacted Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina April 28 and 29, 2013. The storm resulted in damages to roofs, siding, decks, fences, windows, skylights and vehicles. Loss reports are predominantly being reported in Georgia specifically the cities of Covington and Lagrange.
A storm system that started on Thursday April 18, 2013 in Western Alabama and continued through Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina past midnight into Saturday April 20, 2013 . There were numerous reports of wind damage in N.C. and S.C. from NOAA. There was also confirmation of a tornado touchdown in Mansfield, GA. Reports of hail damage are minimal. This is predominately a wind and lightning storm. There is a concentration of claims in Raleigh N.C.