RALEIGH, N.C. -- Saturday as a part of Matthew mother nature brought heavy rains and powerful winds Raleigh and Fayetteville.
"As a result of that we've already had loss of life and we don't want any more loss of life in North Carolina due to this very serious storm," said North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory.
It was a combination of relentless rain and whiplashing winds that wreaked havoc across North Carolina.
It was raging waters in Raleigh that left entire neighborhoods underwater and front yards completely flooded.
Cars were stranded including this Papa John's pizza delivery car that was submerged.
Massive trees toppled over from devastating winds. A viewer video sent in from Fayatteville showed a tree being pushed over by the wind.
"It is very very dangerous conditions in Fayatteville," said McCrory.
Officials say there were 20 swift water rescues in Fayettville and because of it the mayor called for a curfew.