Tropical Storm Nicole collapses Florida homes after landing in a hurricane.

Hurricane Nichol was downgraded to a tropical storm as it made landfall along Florida’s east coast south of Vero Beach early Thursday and then swept central Florida, the National Hurricane Center said. The Nicole Center said on Thursday that strong winds, dangerous storm surges and heavy rains had struck a large area that had been hit by the storm. The aftermath of today’s storm,” the sheriff’s office told Facebook. “Do not touch the severed wires. If you see a wire break while driving, change direction immediately.” Nicole felt several homes tumble into the Atlantic Ocean where Hurricane Ian swept breakwaters and other remaining shelters a few weeks ago, threatening high-rise condos Mike Chitwood “Several coastal homes in Wilbur-by-the-Sea have collapsed and several other buildings are in immediate danger,” Volusia County Sheriff said in a social media message. Most bridges to the beach are mandatory in the Daytona Beach area. It’s closed to all but personnel and a curfew is in effect, he said: Waves crash into buildings in Volusia County after Hurricane Nicole made landfall on Florida’s east coast on November 10, 2022 in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida. /Marco Bello Wilbur-by-the-Sea is a beachfront home The high-rise condominium next door to Daytona Beach Shores was evacuated because the breakwater collapsed and the beach was almost gone before Nicole landed.The Homeowners’ Association of Marbella Condominiums said that Ian had 9 “The family owns it there, spending $240,000 to temporarily rebuild the breakwater it destroyed in May,” said Connie Hale Gellner. Live video from the building’s cameras showed Nicole’s storm surge going all the way to the end.” We knew it wasn’t to stop the hurricane, it was to stop the erosion,” Gellner said. But after Nicole, the building’s pool deck is “basically at sea,” Gellner said. that there is no So even if we wanted to rebuild it, we would blame the building for splashing it.” An initial damage assessment showed how Nicole had left several beachfront buildings destabilized. Water. Sheriff Volusia’s office was damaged by erosion. Posted photos of a house that has been demolished to its main sea-facing wall A roofed deck projecting over an eroded slope supported by narrow timber Tower Grande Condominiums, 2055 S. Atlantic Ave., Unsafe conditions and breakwater collapse evacuate residents Due to the hurricane, officials have already closed airports and theme parks and ordered evacuations, including former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, while about 300,000 homes and businesses in Florida are without electricity, according to PowerOutage.us.Gov. DeSantis said at a press conference in Tallahassee that 17,000 electric linemen are ready to begin restoring power and numerous other assets, including rescue boats and vehicles, will be deployed as needed, the governor said. We have the resources to respond to any situation we need,” said Nicole. On Thursday afternoon, about 45 miles north of Tampa and about 165 miles southeast of Tampa, Nicole recorded maximum sustained winds of 45 mph from the center, according to the Hurricane Center. It was moving northwest of the city at 15 miles per hour Vehicles drive through flooded streets after Hurricane Nicole made landfall in Fort Pierce, Florida, on November 10, 2022. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Huge storm tropical storm winds were partly from the center direction extended to 345 miles Nicole is expected to move west and north towards the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday and then across the Florida Panhandle Hurricane Center said Thursday night in some parts of Georgia The storm is Friday Go through the southeastern United States to was expected to do. Mike’s Weather Page tweeted a video of many dramatic scenes. Fort Pierce… pic.twitter.com/j5DG1w3SeS— Mike’s Weather Page (@tropicalupdate) Melbourne 10 November 2022… pic.twitter.com/up3S8yhb1v— Mike’s Weather Page (@tropicalupdate) 11 2022 Melbourne on the 10th.. pic.twitter.com/iE4oisBtIJ— Mike’s Weather Page (@tropicalupdate) November 10, 2022 Nicole made landfall on Great Abaco Island in a tropical storm with maximum winds on Wednesday evening before landing on the Grand Bahama. It became a hurricane when it hit the Island. 70 mph. It was the first storm to hit the Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm that ravaged the archipelago in 2019. For storm-weary Florida residents, the third November hurricane hit the coast since archiving began in 1853. Previous storms include: 1935 Yankee Hurricane and 1985 Hurricane Kate. Trump’s club and home, Mar-a-Lago, was in one of the evacuation zones about a quarter mile inland from the sea. The main building sits at a small elevation of about 15 feet above sea level, and since it was built nearly 100 years ago, it has withstood a number of more powerful hurricanes. The resort security office hung up Wednesday when an Associated Press reporter asked if the club was being evacuated. There were no evacuation signs until Wednesday afternoon. There is no penalty for ignoring the evacuation order, but rescuers will not evacuate if you ignore the evacuation order. Daytona Beach Shores officials considered unsafe at least six multi-storey coastal residential buildings that had already been damaged by Hurricane Ian and are now threatened by Nicole. In some areas, authorities have told them to go door to door, pack their belongings and leave. Disney World and Universal Orlando Resorts announced on Thursday that they would not open as scheduled. Palm Beach International Airport reopened Thursday morning, Daytona Beach International Airport said. Scheduled to resume on Friday. Orlando International Airport, the seventh busiest airport in the United States, was also closed. Further south, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport suffered some flight delays and cancellations, but both plan to remain operational, officials said. said. 45 of Florida’s 67 counties have declared a state of emergency. President Biden also approved a declaration of emergency for the Seminole tribe in Florida, ordering federal aid to tribal countries. The tribe also owns the Hard Rock Cafe franchise with several hotels and casinos on Nicole’s route. Warnings and cautions have been issued for many parts of Florida, including the southwestern Gulf coastline ravaged by Hurricane Ian, which struck Category 4. Storm The September 28 storm caused damage to crops, including homes and orange orchards, across the state – damage that many still suffered. Ian brought a storm surge of up to 13 feet in late September, causing widespread destruction. latest news


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