Some Parts Of Fort Lauderdale Beach Along State Road A1A Flood

A portion of State Road A1A in Fort Lauderdale Beach was inundated by rainstorms and the high tide on Wednesday as Hurricane Nicole approached Florida.

Close to the shore and immediately south of Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, police officials closed Northeast Ninth Street from Vistamar Street. Hour by hour, the situation on the beach got worse.

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A lifeguard who was on duty on Wednesday morning put up red flags and ended his shift early to close the beach due to the strong winds and waves. The following high tides in Fort Lauderdale are scheduled for Wednesday at around 8:45 p.m. and Thursday at approximately 9:20 a.m., according to Tideschart.

According to the National Hurricane Center, the hurricane made landfall in Grand Bahama at 6 p.m. The cyclone’s maximum winds, according to hurricane hunter aircraft experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, were 75 mph, with stronger gusts.

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As Hurricane Nicole was anticipated to make landfall on Florida’s east coast on Wednesday night, a hurricane warning was in force from Hallandale Beach to Boca Raton. On Thursday, the forecast track predicts a turn to the northwest, and on Friday, it predicts a move to the north or north-northeast.

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