Dorian: Watching the Storm

7960886879?profile=originalThe north jetty of the Boynton Inlet was pounded by waves on Sept. 3. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

7960886695?profile=originalTwo work crews from Asplundh take up position on A1A at the south end of the Ziff estate in Manalapan in advance of feeder bands from Hurricane Dorian on Sept.3. An FPL spokesperson said Asplundh trucks were trimming proactively near feeder lines before the hurricane effects were felt.  Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960887266?profile=originalA man on a personal watercraft flies out of the water in advance of one of the many intense waves created by Hurricane Dorian.  This photo was shot off the McCormick Mile clubhouse in Ocean Ridge. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960887291?profile=originalOcean Ridge police Lt. Richard Jones convinces a young resident that this was not the time for kayaking in the Intracoastal. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960886898?profile=originalA cyclist passes by the flooded streets of the Boynton Harbor Marina following the king tide and brush with Hurricane Dorian on Sept. 3. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
7960887875?profile=originalOcean Ridge police officers stop drivers at the checkpoint on the Ocean Avenue bridge to check for proper identification on Sept. 3 from residents to justify their access to the barrier island following the brush with Hurricane Dorian. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
7960888661?profile=originalA pedestrian crosses a flooded Ocean Avenue in Ocean Ridge during one of many feeder-band downpours.  Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960888471?profile=originalLeigh McMorrow picks up a bottle of bleach and other floating items on Palm Drive in Briny Breezes. All of the roads on the west side of A1A experienced some degree of flooding. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960888499?profile=originalBrooks Lane near Linton Boulevard was flooded in Delray Beach on Sept. 3. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star
7960888684?profile=originalCars make their way through the flooding on the east side of the George Bush Boulevard bridge on Sept. 3. The combination of Hurricane Dorian and king tide resulted in flooding in a number of areas on the barrier island side of Delray Beach. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star
7960888877?profile=originalA resident of Tranquility Drive in Highland Beach drives through the above-average floodwaters caused by the king tide and enhanced by the surge from  Dorian on Sept. 3. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
7960889657?profile=originalSurfers make their way toward the large waves caused by the hurricane Sept. 3 at Spanish River Park in Boca Raton. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

7960889254?profile=originalSpectators watch surfers battle the waves spawned by  Dorian Sept. 3 at Spanish River Park in Boca Raton. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

7960889694?profile=originalWorkers from Tuckers Tree Service remove debris that was caused by Dorian from a residence on Hypoluxo Island. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
September 2

Delray Beach Detectives Lucas, left, and Suarez warn one of many surfers about the dangers of being out in the ocean on Labor Day. Surfers were told they could be arrested, but it did not seem to stop them from catching some waves brought in by Hurricane Dorian. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star
7960889886?profile=originalBeaches in Delray Beach were marked as off limits on Labor Day. Despite the signs and tape, many people made their way onto the beach to see or surf the waves. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star
7960890278?profile=originalFrom left, Leo Dias of Orlando, Alex Reichert of Miami and Jose Ordeix of Delray Beach head out into the surf at the south end of Delray Beach. The three surfers swam across the Intracoastal on their surfboards to get past the police barricade and onto the barrier island to surf Dorian's waves. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star
7960890457?profile=originalSpectators gather along the seawall at Lantana's public beach, The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa and the Dune Deck Cafe to view the high surf created by Hurricane Dorian on Sept. 2. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960890301?profile=originalWaves generated by Hurricane Dorien pound South Palm Beach seawalls during high tide on Sept. 2. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960890497?profile=originalStorm surge pushes a king tide onto A1A in Manalapan during high tide on Sept. 2. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
7960890075?profile=originalBriny Breezes employees check a failed stormwater pump along Marina Way in Briny Breezes Sept. 2.  Work to raise the level of the marina seawall is helping to minimize the flooding effects of increased tide levels caused by Hurricane Dorian. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

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