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  1. #41
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    is the inlet bridge still closed?

  2. #42
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    At low tide most of Wildwood was under 3 ft of water. Worst flooding in 15 years

  3. #43
    chuck good pix, phil n i went through there earlier today. nuts, hope all is well with u and ur area.

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    I can report that there was significant amount of damage to Ocean City's dune system and a lot of the fencing was taken out to see im talking about thousands of feet of the wooden fence with pole's attached

    The main cause of all of the bad flooding and dune erosion is the huge tide swing that happened to peak with this storm hit. This has been happening a lot this summer along the east coast with the weird supper high tides, NOAA had no idea what was causing these freak tides. Here's a news article on it HERE
    Last edited by OceanCitySurfReport; Nov 14, 2009 at 03:35 PM.

  5. #45
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    I heard LBI is absolutely flooded to no end like i heard that ouses are starting to go underwater and **** i heard it absolutely crazy idk if anyone else is an LBI native but yeah its fing crazy

  6. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    is the inlet bridge still closed?
    Sounds like route 1 is closed from bethany to dewey. I heard DELDOT is moving 3ft of sand off the road at some points

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    woke up this morning. Went out front to look at the carnage. Unbelievable!! Donovan's Reef is all mangled, Tiki Hut destroyed. The dunes probaly lost about 25 feet. The water is coming up to the "wall". The town on the other hand has been swallowed, which is typical of Nor'easters..but this time i think it got into houses. It looked real bad this morning.

  8. #48
    everyone check out the oc inlet cam the beach is like completely in the parkinglot.

  9. #49
    fisherman's island looks like the place to be today. if anyone goes, take pics! east swell with north winds...bet it's epic there at this moment.

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    I checked a bunch of places today. OC was the place. It was still big...but there were alot of shallow closeouts. Nobody out at all! Tomorrow is lookin good