Cape Hatteras


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Noun1.Cape Hatteras - a promontory on Hatteras Island off the Atlantic coast of North Carolina; "frequent storms drive ships to their destruction on Cape Hatteras"
NC, North Carolina, Old North State, Tar Heel State - a state in southeastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies
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By the Lord Harry, woman, if Garnsey only lay somewhere between Cape Hatteras and the bite of Logann, but you’d see rum cheap!
We had been at sea seven days, and were now off Cape Hatteras, when there came a tremendously heavy blow from the southwest.
According to the AP, Dorian's eye was skirting the coast, potentially making landfall before brushing past Cape Hatteras. It was shaping up to be a more glancing blow than Florence, which slowly moved inland a year ago, dumping record-shattering rains of more than 0.6 meters in places.
An area of low pressure is spinning over the Atlantic about 275 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.
At 6 pm (local time), the depression, which formed from a low-pressure system, was located 295 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, packing winds of 35 miles per hour and moving east at two miles per hour ( mph), the Miami-based National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said.
Much of this wetland, its flora, fauna, and sea life are protected, including Cape Hatteras National Seashore and the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.
The coast guard dispatched MH-60 Jayhawk and HC-130 Hercules aircrews from Air Station Elizabeth City to the Royal Caribbean International ship sailing around 100 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras.
The Virgin Islands National Park, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, the Wright Brothers National Memorial and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park were among the parks that reopened Saturday.
His proximity to the ocean in his post-military years allowed him to regularly travel to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, where he kept his boat.
Officials with the Cape Hatteras National Seashore clarified these objects were what was known as "mermaid's purses" or "devil's pocketbooks" - the egg casings of sea skates.
It is one of these tipping points that is relatively low probability, but high impact." The study by Thornalley and colleagues, published in Nature, used cores of sediments from a key site off Cape Hatteras in North Carolina to examine Amoc over the last 1600 years.