Hurricane Nicole, Nov. 10: Photos

 

10879155086?profile=RESIZE_710xThe high tide line along Delray's beach is visible in the early morning hours of Nov. 10. View is from the Casaurina Street beach entrance in Delray Beach. Photo provided by Louise Lafond

 

10879161080?profile=RESIZE_584xWater was receding, but still covered streets on the west side of Briny Breezes Nov. 10. Photo provided by Ruth Leming

 
 
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Abigail Anderson FaceTimed her partner in New York to show off the wild waves in Gulf Stream on Nov. 10. Rachel S. O’Hara/The Coastal Star
 
 
 
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Waves crashed against the rocks and on the beach in Gulf Stream on Nov. 10. Rachel S. O’Hara/The Coastal Star
 
 
 
10879198674?profile=RESIZE_710xMax Chiorean, of Boynton Beach, walked across the exposed rocks on Gulf Stream Beach with his surfboard on Nov. 10. Rachel S. O’Hara/The Coastal Star
 
 
10879210863?profile=RESIZE_710xNorth end of the seawall during high tide Nov. 10 at the Delray Beach Marina where Claudia Willis was standing in 1 foot of water. High tide was at 11 a.m. “I have never seen (the water) this high,” said Willis who has lived in the neighborhood for decades. Photo provided by Claudia Willis
 
 
10879211281?profile=RESIZE_584xWaves continue to cover Lantana's Beach and smash against the sea wall during sunrise on Nov. 10. Photo provided by Paula Romeo
 
 
10879213066?profile=RESIZE_710xWaves crash against a railing at the Imperial House in South Palm Beach on Nov. 10. Photo provided by Bonnie Fischer
 
 
10879240063?profile=RESIZE_710xA lifeguard stand on Delray Beach settles on a tilt caused by erosion to the dune on Nov. 10.
The city's well planted dune helped keep the ocean from going over the dune and onto A1A. Photo provided by Kari Shipley
 
10879281669?profile=RESIZE_710xA different angle shows yellow caution tape designating the tower as closed. There’s a two-foot drop to the beach, said Chris Heffernan, a resident and a beach walker. He took the photo on Nov. 10. and said The tower’s position was fine on Nov. 9, meaning that the beach erosion had occurred overnight. Photo provided by Chris Heffernan
 
 
 
10879265456?profile=RESIZE_710xThe entrance to the Eau Palm Beach garage and Lantana city parking lot remained flooded on Nov. 10. Photo provided by Bonnie Fischer
 
10879267277?profile=RESIZE_710xVisitors photograph a partially collapsed set of stairs to the beach at the Lantana Beach seawall on Nov. 10. Photo provided by Bonnie Fischer
 
10879268101?profile=RESIZE_710xSea Oats help to bind the sand and slow erosion at a dune crossover in Ocean Ridge. On Nov. 10, other crossovers without plantings, had lost steps and supports. Photo provided by Denise LeBlanc
 
 
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