One of the most damaging hurricanes to hit North Carolina, Hurricane Floyd made landfall on September 16, 1999. Visitors to this site will see images of the damage that occurred to the eastern part of North Carolina and hear the stories of those who lived through this devastating storm.
The audio files on this site are fully transcribed. In addition, the site has links to resources on how hurricanes are formed, other sites about Hurricane Floyd, personal hurricane stories and more. Educators will find an Audio Toolkit for Teachers and an oral history overview. In addition there is a fact sheet which includes meteorological information about Hurricane Floyd, the damage that it caused, and other facts.