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High Tide From Hurricane Teddy Causes Flooding in Buxton, North Carolina


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High Tide From Hurricane Teddy Causes Flooding in Buxton, North Carolina

Flooding was reported along North Carolina’s coast on Monday, September 21, as a “strong, long period swell” from distant Hurricane Teddy was expected to affect the coast through midweek. Hurricane Teddy was forecast to bring high surf and coastal flooding on the US coast as it tracked to the east of Bermuda on Monday. The storm was expected to impact parts of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, the Magdalen Islands, and Newfoundland by midweek. Footage captured by Janet Morrow Dawson, owner of the Cape Hatteras Motel, shows drivers on flooded roads in Buxton, North Carolina, on Monday. Credit: Cape Hatteras Motel via Storyful



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