Lookout Cape

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 (lo͝ok′out′), Cape
A point on a barrier island off eastern North Carolina southwest of Cape Hatteras. A lighthouse was built here in 1859.
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The center said a tropical storm warning extends from south Santee River in South Carolina to Cape Lookout, North Carolina, with 1 to 3 inches of rain expected over a wide area and up to 5 inches in some isolated spots.
The wind howled, with the strongest gust reported on land being 163kph (101mph) at Cape Lookout.
Hurricane Arthur crossed the coast near Cape Lookout at the southern end of North Carolina's Outer Banks at 11:15 p.
One specific trip will be a 60-mile round trip journey to Cape Lookout, Cape Meares Forest, Netarts Bay and Tillamook.
The RMCO/NRDC report documents that Fire Island National Seashore (NS) in New York, Assateague Island NS in Maryland and Virginia, Cape Hatteras NS and Cape Lookout NS, both in North Carolina, and Canaveral NS in Florida, all have a majority of their lands less than one meter (3.
Irene made landfall near Cape Lookout, North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane, then tracked up the East Coast, making another landfall near Atlantic City, New Jersey and striking areas of New York City before hitting areas of New Hampshire and Vermont as an extratropical cyclone.
On the southernmost shard stands the diamond-backed Cape Lookout lighthouse, overlooking not only the treacherous waters, but also the wild horses of the adjacent Shackleford Banks island, upon which their equine ancestors were once shipwrecked.
The storm first came ashore near Cape Lookout in North Carolina soon after sunrise on Saturday, then reentered the ocean along the coasts of Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey and hit land again near Atlantic City, New Jersey.
According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, the violent Category 1 hurricane slammed into Cape Lookout in North Carolina at about 7:30 a.
The three turbines proposed by Nelson would exceed 400 feet in height with blades fully extended upward, towering more than twice as high as the Cape Lookout lighthouse on the Outer Banks.