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It's Friday September 21, 2018

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Allstate Insurance Adjuster | September 21, 2018

It’s a scene happening at many homes post Hurricane Florence: Wilma Kennedy of S Water St speaks with Kevin Young, an Allstate insurance adjuster deployed from Austin, Texas. Wilma’s home was flooded. Even with power back on, there is no power here. The electrical system was destroyed by the storm.

Keith Bruno Bombing Range | September 20, 2018

Florence knocked out Endurance Seafood, a small family fishing business owned by Keith Bruno. When TownDock visited, Bruno retained his classic positive attitude about it all. The docks and ice house were totally destroyed. It may take a few months, but the business will be back. The sign, washed up in his yard, is from a military bombing target in the Pamlico Sound.

Rabid Rabbit at Night | September 19, 2018

The Rabid Rabbit on Tuesday night, still perched on “A” dock near the bridge. (Photo Eifel Kreutz) Click for for the big, cool view.

Entergy Trucks To The Rescue | September 19, 2018

Over a dozen Entergy trucks (contractor for Duke) pulled into town at 9:15a this morning. They staged in the Dollar general and Piggly Wiggly parked lots before heading out fix more poles and wires on Hwy 55.

Post Hurricane Harborcam | September 19, 2018

It still needs some tweaking… but HarborCam is back. We can’t say the same for Duke Energy in Oriental. Yet.

Pamlico HS Kids & Station 19 | September 18, 2018

Pamlico High School Students were out on Monday, helping with Hurricane Florence cleanup. Click for more cleanup scenes and the volunteers at Fire Station 19 (Photos Matt McCotter)

Rabid Rabbit on A Dock | September 18, 2018

It beats sinking. Boats got moved around during Hurricane Florence. This one ended up on A Dock at Oriental Harbor Marina by the bridge, with pilings for jack stands. No word yet on how they’ll get her back in the water. TownDock staff suspects Rabid Rabbit may self-launch. Click for the bigger pic and more views

South Ave Aftermath | September 17, 2018

Hurricane Florence and the north wind relocated the asphalt, the granite of the retaining wall, and more than a few parking barriers on South Ave.
Click for bigger pic and more scenes from the Avenue

Florence: Gallery Porch | September 16, 2018

Alternate side of the street porching. Hurricane Florence set part of the Village Gallery’s front porch afloat. Sunday morning it was across and down the street outside the Garland Fulcher Seafood building at 301 Hodges. (Photo: Pat and Laurie Stockwell)

Harbor View - Sat Morning - Sept 15 | September 15, 2018

It’s the Saturday morning harbor view at 7a. A little more railing showing…
click image for larger view and a closer in view

Friday Morning Oriental - Hurricane Florence | September 14, 2018

It’s the harbor view, Friday morning 6:40a as Hurricane Florence begins to depart. It is still windy – it was hard to hold the camera for this shot. The trawlers look secure. The Duck Pond Dragon is AWOL now found. We may need dragon search & rescue.

Florence in the Night | September 13, 2018

TownDock’s HarborCam is on, but there’s not enough net to process the images. So HarborCam updates are now completely manual. Peak wind this morning 62 at 5:31a. Click for the bigger pic and an early shot of the docklines at Garland Fulcher docks.

Florence Thu Sept 13 8a | September 13, 2018

Thu 8a: Hurricane Florence movement begins to slow, now NW 12 mph. Wind speed 110mph, Category 2. Florence is 170 miles ESE of Wilmington. Surge forecast unchanged: 9 – 13 ft for the Neuse. We are on the edge of the 20 inch plus rain zone.

Florence Wed Sept 12 8p | September 12, 2018

Wed 8p: Hurricane Florence wind speed down a little – now 115 mph. A large surge is still feared. NHC projecting 9 – 13 ft for the Neuse. We are back in the 20 inch plus rain zone.

Florence Wed Sept 12 11a | September 12, 2018

Wed 2p: Hurricane Florence now 125 mph. But Florence is also now bigger. The sheer size of the storm, plus its expected slow movement as it nears landfall, means that a large surge is still feared. NHC still projecting 9 – 13 ft for the Neuse.

Florence Wed Sept 12 8a | September 12, 2018

Wed 8a: Landfall has shifted south & west – away from our fair city. Now back near Wilmington, with the storm then meandering towards Myrtle Beach.

Florence Tues Sept 11 8p | September 11, 2018

Tue 8p Max winds 140mph, Category 4. The storm is expected to make landfall Friday morning as a Category 3 or 4 storm. The NHC forecast surge for the Neuse is now 9 to 13 feet.

Florence Tues Sept 11 2p | September 11, 2018

Tue 2p No changes from 11a – the track shifts west after landfall. Hurricane Florence now 130 mph, Category 4. The storm is expected to make landfall Friday morning as a Category 3 or 4 storm. Forecast surge for the Neuse is 6 to 12 feet.

Florence Tues Sept 11 5a | September 11, 2018

Tue 5a The track moved closer to us. Hurricane Florence now 140 mph, Category 4. The storm is expected to make landfall Friday morning with 130 mph winds, still Category 4.

Florence Mon Sept 10 5p | September 10, 2018

Mon 5p The track has moved a bit. North, and towards us. Hurricane Florence now 140 mph, Category 4, and still increasing.