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|PHOTOS: Snowstorm causes flooding, low visibility|
|Written by Gillian Smith|
|Thursday, 02 January 2014 12:50|
Department of Public Works employees set up at sign on the Bluefish River Bridge, warning travelers of flooding during the high tide Thursday morning.
Cars braved the flooding at Bluefish River Bridge during Thursday morning's high tide. The tide was one of three that will prove to be dangerous throughout the duration of the two-day storm forecasted to slam the South Shore.
Powder Point Ave flooded during Thursday morning's high tide. Conditions continued to worsen throughout the day.
The end of Powder Point Bridge is barely visible as winds pick up speed at the beginning of the predicted two-day storm.
King Caesar Road began to flood Thursday morning during the high tide. The storm is forecasted to last through Friday afternoon.