Photo Gallery: “February Storm – Part 1”
This time of year always seems to bring some of the most damaging storms to the Outer Banks. You can almost count on a strong Nor’Easter every Feb/March. This year is right on par for the course as mid February served up a quick and potent blast of cold wind. A solid 30-45mph wind blanketed most of the Outer Banks with gusts recorded in the upper 60+ mph range. The surf built into the 12+ foot range with over 12 seconds and unloaded all up and down the beaches. Unfortunately, the piers were in the cross hairs as well as the North side of Buxton which never seems to get a brake. Below is a collection of images that poured across the internet – documenting an event that will not be forgotten anytime soon. Photo credits go to: Daniel Pullen, Brett Barley, Bob Hovey, Rick Anderson and Mickey McCarthy.
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