This photo of a shelf cloud in southwestern Connecticut was submitted to the AccuWeather Facebook page by Wild about Weather.
A photograph of tornado damage in Mississippi shared on twitter by skeen31.
A house sustains tree damage in a Howdershell Road Neighborhood in Hazlewood, Mo. Photo by Kimberly Wall.
Instagram user jkkvacs had been in North Carolina for less than a full day when trees began falling in the early hours of the morning.
Instagram user Sarah Forbes laments the state of her Lake Minocqua in Wisconsin.
Emily Hlava in Green Bay shares a similar feeling, writing "Hello? #mothernature ? I don't know if you got the memo... But it's April, not December. #snow is not welcome #spring #iwantthesun"
An ice storm is South Dakota coats trees in this photo snapped by maryannehoxeng
While a brief break in the wet weather is coming early next week, rounds of rain will resume later next week and cause difficulties for outdoor plans and agriculture through much of May.
As millions prepare to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 8, rain and severe storms threaten to disrupt outdoor activities and travel plans.
As a strong El Niño fades, the weather across the country will slowly change. In much of the eastern United States, a hot summer is in store.
A system with rain and thunderstorms will bring both good and bad news to the western United States later this week.
The threat of severe weather will return to the south-central United States this weekend.
Green Bay, WI (1998)
A strong dust devil caused $2,300 damage to a couple of green houses.
Lingle, WI (2000)
4.5" diameter hail - there was also a tornado in the area.
Chicago, IL (1876)
Severe local windstorm resulted in $250,000 damage.