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Pictures of Tropical Storm Laura

Source photographers captured these images as Tropical Storm Laura passed through the territory Friday and Saturday.

Storm clouds darken the sky over Charlotte Amalie. (Source photo by Sian Cobb)
From the south side of St. Thomas, residents can usually see 42 miles across the sea to St. Croix on a clear day. During Saturday’s storm, only Hassel Island, less than a quarter-mile off the St. Thomas shore, could be seen through the heavy rainfall. (Source photo Bethaney Lee)
A pair of piggies parade down Agriculture Hill Saturday, heedless of the retreating tropical storm. (Source photo by Sian Cobb)
Magens Bay under Tropical Storm Laura’s cloud cover. (Source photo by Sian Cobb)
Tropical Storm Laura’s winds were strongest on St. Croix’s south shore around 10 a.m. on Saturday. (Source photo by Susan Ellis)
Rain, wind and clouds over St. Thomas. (Source photo by Sian Cobb)
Kiteboarders take advantage of the winds Saturday afternoon on St. Croix’s south shore at the end of Tropical Storm Laura. (Source photo by Susan Ellis)
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