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Rising Deerfield River forced officials to evacuate streets in Shelburne and Buckland, while Greenfield officials evacuated a 120-unit assisted living facility. , Hurricane Irene cut several breaches across North Carolina Highway 12 on Hatteras Island, isolating the island from the rest of the Outer Banks. So far in 2011, the storm of the hurricane season is Irene, at landfall a Category 1 storm, now a tropical storm affecting the eastern U.S. between … Both rivers reached flood stages not seen since the 1955, and 1938, hurricanes and floods. Water flowed over the top of a dam in Campton forcing evacuation of a trailer park and elderly housing unit below the dam.  The strong thunderstorm activity continued to become more pronounced around the main low-pressure feature.  After briefly weakening on August 23, however, Irene began to develop a distinct eye encircled by an area of deepening convection the next morning. More than 165,000 homes and businesses in the dark Sunday night and utilities warned it could be days before service is restored. Throughout its path, Irene caused widespread destruction and at least 49 deaths. , A dam failure was mistakenly reported in East Becket, yet 200 people were evacuated as a precaution.  Of the plantations, the most affected were situated in Yabucoa and Maunabo, where severe flooding washed out copious amounts of banana crop. By August 20, the National Hurricane Center noted that tropical cyclone formation was imminent as the wave neared the Lesser Antilles, and a reconnaissance aircraft confirmed the presence of a small surface circulation center just southwest of a burst of vigorous convection and unusually high sustained winds, indicating sufficient organization for the cyclone to be upgraded into Tropical Storm Irene at 23:00 UTC that day.  The Grand Turk cruise port also sustained some minor damage from the storm, but operations resumed three days after impact.  The excess surface waters overwhelmed and damaged some 170 inlets. Apparent tornado heavily damages five homes in the Sandbridge area. Hurricane made landfall Saturday morning near Cape Lookout. Approach of hurricane forced postponement of Sunday's dedication of Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. On August 30, two days after the storm, 138,000 customers remained without power. , Five people were killed in Pennsylvania: three died as a result of fallen trees, one was killed in a traffic accident, and a woman was swept away by flooding in the Wissahickon Creek. In Volusia County, 55-year-old Frederick Fernandez died Saturday off New Smyrna Beach after he was tossed off his board by massive waves caused by Irene. Swollen rivers, creeks, and streams caused widespread residential flooding and damage to roads; saturated soil in the region triggered mudslides, causing additional disruptions. Following its path through the northeastern Caribbean, Irene spread tropical storm conditions across all of the Leeward Islands, causing overall little damage but flooded some low-lying areas.  High winds toppled trees and heavy rain caused widespread flooding of Connecticut River tributaries.  In Bristol, a man drowned when his canoe capsized.  Most severe damage consisted of many downed trees on power lines, cars, homes, and roads; and flooding in many low-lying roads and neighborhoods – 1.2 million homes and businesses lost power due to Irene. About 30,000 homes and businesses without power. , In eastern Pennsylvania, the ground was already saturated with water when the hurricane arrived, since the preceding month had been the wettest ever recorded. The United States Navy ordered ships to halt their operations and clear the warning zone. The hurricane produced high winds that blew off roofs and downed power lines throughout the territory. However, the average rainfall throughout the Holguín Province did not exceed 0.20 in (5.1 mm). More than 400 trees fell in Philadelphia, and 200 trees fell in Pittsburgh, seven buildings collapsed and twenty roads were closed. , In Maine, Governor Paul LePage declared a state of emergency on August 26, in preparation for the expected arrival of Hurricane Irene on August 28. , Flooding in some parts of the state continued for another three days.  In Wilmington, the flood level of the Deerfield River east branch reportedly exceeded levels measured during the 1938 New England hurricane – the only other tropical cyclone to make a direct hit on Vermont in the state's recorded history.  Vaccinations against tetanus and hepatitis were offered to rescuers before entering houses in some areas. In Manhattan, some streets flooded, and two major thoroughfares closed.  Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter expressed concern that there could be severe devastation in the city and surrounding areas, and Governor Tom Corbett declared a state of emergency in Pennsylvania.  About 500 residents in risk zones evacuated while some sought shelter, but only one of more than 160 evacuation sites required usage. The Guardsmen were photographed and videotaped by onlookers above them on the train bridge, and both photos and videos went viral over social media.  Six Major League Baseball games were postponed or moved to August 27 in doubleheaders, and one National Football League preseason game was postponed.  In a joint statement, Vermont electric utilities announced that they planned to have extra staff on hand. PECO worked on restoring power by mid-week.  In all, Irene affected at least 2,292 households according to preliminary reports, with 16 houses rendered beyond repair. Up to 8 inches of rain on lower Eastern Shore.  DEC reported that "landslides too numerous to count" had taken place on many of the High Peaks themselves, all of which are located on state Forest Preserve land.  However, two people lost their lives after being caught in swollen rivers, and four others suffered injuries.  Mandatory evacuations were ordered for all of Cape May County and all Atlantic County shore communities east of Route 9, prompting Atlantic City's first evacuation in history. A total of 46 locals sought refuge to ride out the storm, but one family required post-storm shelter after the roof to their home was lost. After that Irene hit Puerto Rico shortly before becoming a hurricane. In Connecticut, 20 homes in East Haven were destroyed and five others were damaged beyond repair by flooding and storm surge along the shore of Long Island Sound. State's largest utility says it could be a week before power is fully restored to customers. Bent, G.C., L. Medalie, and M.G. The vehicles were overtaken by the waters beneath a dipping Conrail underpass on South Main Street. Well over half of National Grid's 480,000 customers in Rhode Island were without power as of Sunday evening. , Irene was positioned about 190 mi (310 km) east of Dominica in the Lesser Antilles when it was classified and named, along weakening high pressure over the west-central Atlantic, inducing a roughly west-northwestward path for most of its journey through the eastern Caribbean. Late Sunday, more than 866,000 homes and businesses were without power. State police reported an apparent tornado touchdown on the lower Eastern Shore; no injuries. It was an unusual storm because it made landfall many times along its path. Get breaking news alerts when you download the ABC News App and subscribe to Weather notifications.  Elsewhere, in Lantana, large waves sweeping over seawalls went on to destroy a lifeguard tower. The storm was blamed for one fire death in Prospect and authorities were looking for a second person who fell off a canoe on a flooded street in Bristol. Hurricane Irene was a large and powerful Atlantic hurricane that left extensive flood and wind damage along its path through the Caribbean, the United States East Coast and as far north as Canada (Figure 1). Sections of Prime Hook Road leading to Primehook Beach were washed out.  It remained well-defined while moving steadily westward for several days to the south of the Cape Verde Islands, although at the time any notable convection occurred well to the southwest of its axis. Authorities in the cities of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Hampton, and Portsmouth issued voluntary and mandatory evacuations for low-lying and oceanfront areas.  As low-level atmospheric confluence within the outer bands developed near the coast, a tornado watch was issued from north-northeast of Cape Hatteras to southwest of Wilmington.  As Irene was forecast to make landfall on Hispaniola, a tropical storm watch was initially issued for the south coast of the Dominican Republic, though it was upgraded to a hurricane warning on August 21, after strengthening was forecast. , Offshore near Culebra Island, a sailboat was reported to have sunk due to rough seas prior to landfall in mainland Puerto Rico. Local officials estimated that approximately one-third of all the houses and businesses in the village of Schoharie had been destroyed due to flooding. Described as "A photographic scavenger hunt set to a hurricane", Wikipedia Takes Montreal was held August 28, coinciding with the hurricane. No injuries reported. Officials warned of tidal surges that could bring significant coastal flooding during the evening high tide Sunday.  On Sunday, Connecticut's two main electric companies, Connecticut Light and Power and United Illuminating, reported that a record 754,000 customers, about half the state, were without power. 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Gov. Reg. After intensifying, Irene made landfall in St. Croix as a strong tropical storm later that day. Their bodies were recovered near Wilmington on Monday afternoon. Several dozen people had to be rescued from homes as up to 4 feet of water rushed in. , Direct Relief, a disaster relief organization, among many other organizations, collaborated to offer assistance for people affected by Irene. , Tropical-storm-force winds began to affect the Outer Banks hours before landfall, producing waves of 6–9 ft (1.8–2.7 m). Storm surge flooding in Centerport, New York as the eye of Irene passed near high tide.  The New York International Fringe Festival cancelled all performances for August 27, and 28, as did all Broadway shows for those days.  The strongest winds also occurred in northern Cibao, where they felled multiple trees and toppled utility poles. Due to development of atmospheric convection and a closed center of circulation, the system was designated as Tropical Storm Irene on August 20, 2011.  Ten shelters were to be opened in Maine. Robert F. McDonnell (R) has ordered that state offices along in coastal areas to close at 3 p.m., and is encouraging other employers to do the same..  Power was not fully restored to Aquidneck Island and Conanicut Island communities until August 30.  A lightning strike over Necker Island sparked a large fire at one of business magnate Richard Branson's resort homes, but all of its guest occupants—including British actress Kate Winslet—were able to exit the area. , The winds knocked down many trees and power lines, leaving almost 350,000 homes and businesses without power in Nassau and Suffolk counties. A few hours later, Irene made its ninth and final landfall in Brooklyn, New York City. Elsewhere in that county, a downed tree trapped several people in their vehicle, but they were all rescued.  Long Beach and Freeport, both of which experienced serious flooding, were among the worst-hit towns on Long Island, and many roads were left impassable. , With the hurricane then situated just north of the mountainous coast of Hispaniola, the storm deepened little after reemerging over water, and any additional organization during the rest of the day was gradual. RALEIGH, N.C. -- In the six months since Hurricane Irene drenched the Tar Heel state, survivors and communities have received more than $160 million in state and federal disaster assistance. In Manhattan, the Hudson River flooded in the Meatpacking District. New Jersey Transit trains and buses shut down. Irene made landfall Sunday afternoon on the state's shoreline with maximum sustained winds of 60 mph. 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The counties listed above constitute a covered disaster area for purposes of Treas. , The large hurricane left extensive damage in its wake and produced tornadoes that damaged homes and overturned vehicles. The resort town of Killington as well as neighboring Pittsfield were completely isolated from travel in and out for two weeks. Governor headed out on aerial tour of hardest-hit counties.  Precipitation in the area was also light, with a peak accumulation of 2.67 inches (68 mm) recorded at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. Please join us in praying for all those affected by Hurricane Irene. Potential for flooding rains and gusty winds. The bridge could be in place for more than 10 years while other solutions are considered.. , As Irene was tracking through the Bahamas, the outer bands of the storm dropped light rainfall in eastern Cuba.  In Philadelphia, the storm left thousands without power.  An EF1 tornado touched down in Lewes, at 6:38 pm, causing a path of destruction 80 yards wide and 3/4 of a mile long, damaging about 50 homes and destroying one. Although Irene remained a hurricane over water, it weakened to a tropical storm while making yet another landfall in the Little Egg Inlet in southeastern New Jersey on August 27. To the north in Saint Thomas, storm conditions became progressively worse; sustained gale-force winds swept across the territory, with a gust of up to 68 mph (109 km/h) recorded at 21:20 UTC. Local officials reported a 13-foot surge from Pamlico Sound into Beaufort County.  Officials prepared to open three large shelters on the evening of August 27, capable of holding up to 6,000 people. Hurricane Irma moved along the north coast of Cuba, killing at least 10 people and causing significant damage to coastal communities and tourist resorts, cutting off power to large areas. In Ridgefield, 90% of houses lost power, requiring the utility to turn off power to the other 10% to ease restoration efforts.  On August 19, the convective structure began to show signs of organization as the associated atmospheric pressure lowered, and with a progressively favorable environment situated ahead of the wave its chances of undergoing tropical cyclogenesis markedly increased.  Shortly before sunrise, at 5:35 am EDT (0935 UTC) on August 28, Irene made a second landfall at Brigantine in southeastern New Jersey with winds of 70 mph (110 km/h) and soon after moved over water again, hugging the New Jersey coastline. Green Mountain Power did not have to release water from the Marshfield Dam to prevent the dam from failing.  In an unprecedented move, the MBTA suspended all metropolitan Boston public transportation at 8:00 am on August 28. National Weather Service warns of flooding in parts of southern and central Maryland and the Eastern Shore. , In New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie declared a state of emergency on August 25, with President Obama reaffirming the declaration nationally by August 27.  As well, a local church on the island partially collapsed due to the storm. Early on August 29, Irene transitioned into an extratropical cyclone while striking Vermont, after remaining inland as a tropical cyclone for less than 12 hours. "We'll do the work and we'll figure out how we're paying for it," said deputy state secretary of transportation Sue Minter, "but we're not waiting." , While the storm made landfall next to Galloway and Little Egg Harbor in the southeastern part of the state, South Jersey received little damage and flooding. 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