News from Waterway Guide for September 19, 2018

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Conditions along the North Carolina and South Carolina coast, and the Atlantic ICW, are changing hourly following the passage of hurricane Florence. For the latest reports from that region, visit our Hurricane Status Updates for observations from our staff experts and on-the-water cruising editors.

Waterway Guide Hurricane Status Updates

The Facebook group, ICW Cruising Guide by Bob 423, is another good resource for information and observations. Ask to join here.

Submit your comments, reviews and updates throughout Waterway Explorer. No sign in and no subscription required. Help keep us updated as you make your way along the ICW and all of America’s waterways.

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Special Post-Hurricane Florence Edition:

  • Are Slow-Moving Storms Like Florence the New Normal?
  • Dismal Swamp Canal Atlantic ICW Restricted Reopening
  • Flood of 10 Million Trees in PA Could Offset Future Flooding Impact
  • NJ Remembers the Great Atlantic Hurricane of 1944
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Hurricane Florence: ‘Look for the Helpers’

BEAUFORT, NC – In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, one new dockside restaurant and a food supplier wade back into the community to provide hot meals and water to First Responders and residents who weathered the storm.
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Post-Storm Hazard: Rafts of Floating Fire Ants

GREENVILLE, SC – There is one post-storm hazard that is literally creepy and poses a real health hazard for some people.
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Giant Marijuana Bales Wash Up on Florida Beaches

Giant bundles of marijuana, apparently containing individually wrapped five-kilo bricks, have been washing up on the shores of Florida since the approach of Hurricane Florence last week.
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US Boat Shows, Annapolis, October 2018
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EXCLUSIVE: Waterway Guide’s Hurricane Photo Gallery

Our subscribers and social media community have been sending in their Hurricane Florence aftermath images and stories. Check out our growing gallery.
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How to Recover Your Boat After a Hurricane

NEW BERN, NC – With the remnants of Hurricane Florence heading out to sea and high waters still posing a threat in some regions, boat owners are starting recovery efforts in the Carolinas.
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Army Corps Surveying Waterways & Channels

The Army Corps of Engineers went out on the Survey Vessel Beaufort to check the waterways outside of Morehead City and assess the impacts of Hurricane Florence on those waterways.
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100s of Small Boat Rescues After Hurricane Florence

Small boat rescue teams continue to evacuate hundreds from flooding in North Carolina, as rivers rise with the aftereffect of Hurricane Florence rainfall rushing toward the sea.
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Are Slow-Moving Storms Like Florence the New Normal?

Hurricane Florence moved sluggishly – it made landfall at about 6 mph Friday and had slowed to 2 mph on Saturday, dumping massive amounts of rain as it went.
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Cape Fear River Rises as do Concerns by Residents

WILMINGTON, NC – The Cape Fear River near Fayetteville has quadrupled in depth, and it’s only going to get worse – likely bringing more untold misery.
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Flood of 10 Million Trees Could Offset Future Impact

Ten million trees could help offset impact of future Pennsylvania deluges. Veteran photographer John Pavoncello deemed the sight of nature’s powerful force “crazy.”
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Dismal Swamp Canal Atlantic ICW Restricted Reopening

The locks at Deep Creek, Virginia, and South Mills, North Carolina, returned to their normal operating schedule to accommodate vessels desiring to use the Dismal Swamp Canal.
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NJ Remembers the Great Atlantic Hurricane of 1944

The Great Atlantic Hurricane of 1944 hit the New Jersey Coast 74 years ago on Sept. 14 destroying most boardwalks and leaving Atlantic and Cape May counties in ruins.
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Photo of the Week

Splitting the sky on Seguin Island, Maine. Photo by James Lane, Cruising Editor of the Northern Waterway Guide.
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