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Photos: Scenes From Henri on the South Fork

Sun, 08/22/2021 - 14:15
By 9 a.m. Sunday morning, the 7-Eleven store in Montauk was open for business.
Christine Sampson

The tropical storm known as Henri was at one point hurricane-strength before coming ashore east of the South Fork. Nevertheless, the storm brought rain and wind — though not to the extent that had been predicted initially. 

On Friday, the Hampton Classic dismantled the many tents it had previously erected ahead of the horse show, which is slated to start at the end of this month. Durell Godfrey

Quite a few gas stations, including Speedway in Wainscott, were out of fuel by midday on Saturday. Christine Sampson

 

Wittendale's in East Hampton was one of the few businesses in the village to have boarded up its windows by Saturday afternoon. More had followed by Sunday morning. Carissa Katz

A fairly large sailboat was beached on the shore of Three Mile Harbor on Sunday afternoon. Rocky Taylor

Washed ashore near Breeze Hill Road. Geoff Morris

East Hampton Village Mayor Jerry Larsen was interviewed on the beach by Chris Cuomo. Durell Godfrey

A pair of abandoned flip-flops sat in the mud at Ditch Plain on Sunday morning. Christine Sampson

At about 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, the waves were noticeably high at Ditch Plain in Montauk. Jason Nower

At many beaches across town, including Ditch Plain, the lifeguard stands had been pulled away from the water. Christine Sampson

Winds whipped the flags atop the boats at the Montauk Boat Basin. Christine Sampson

The storm brought down some trees across town, wrecking this sign on Further Lane in Amagansett. Christopher Walsh

Wiborg Beach was a foreboding place on Sunday morning. Christopher Walsh photo

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