Waterfalls on Narragansett Bay?
Hurricane Irene creation on the RI beach in North Kingstown RI is amazing and considering what homeowners are still going through it is an unusual and distracting sight. Our RI real estate coastline has truly changed a lot but on the Atlantic Ocean end of South Kingstown and Narragansett, we lost 4 feet of sand coastline with this tropical storm. Now considering the 65 mph wind strength and gusts over 80 mph, it was not as much as Rhode Islanders feared – we love our coastline dearly and it is treasured by all RI residents.
Here on Narragansett Bay, the North Kingstown coast had another big shift in the Mount View neighborhood. An actual 2 foot waterfall was created from an inlet emptying out to the Bay. It is a sight that will probably last until the next major storm and then be re-created into something new. Actually, the way the storm surge came in from the southeast made all the difference in sparing flooding in many parts of the lower Narragansett Bay.
So while the Mount View Beach has this hurricane Irene creation, it will be oohed and aahed by the local homeowners who walk the sands of this wonderful RI beach. Waterfalls on Narragansett Bay?
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