Photos: Hurricane Ian causes floods throughout Southeastern North Carolina

Flooding in Carolina Beach, submitted by Joe Walton
Flooding in Carolina Beach, submitted by Joe Walton(WECT)
Published: Sep. 30, 2022 at 3:59 PM EDT
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CAROLINA BEACH, N.C. (WECT) - Carolina Beach was one of many areas hit by flooding due to the impacts of Hurricane Ian.

Though the storm’s impacts are not negligible, WECT’s weather team expects the storm to clear up as the weekend goes on.

Flooding in Carolina Beach, submitted by Joe Walton
Flooding in Carolina Beach, submitted by Joe Walton(WECT)
Flooding in Carolina Beach submitted by Joe Walton
Flooding in Carolina Beach submitted by Joe Walton(WECT)
Near a neighborhood to the east of Monkey Junction, submitted by Sharon D Moore
Near a neighborhood to the east of Monkey Junction, submitted by Sharon D Moore(WECT)
Flooding in Hampstead, NC. Submitted by Lyndsay Oliver
Flooding in Hampstead, NC. Submitted by Lyndsay Oliver(WECT)
Flooding on Towles Road in New Hanover County. Submitted by R Haney
Flooding on Towles Road in New Hanover County. Submitted by R Haney(WECT)
Flooding in Varnamtown in Brunswick County. Submitted by Ashton Galloway
Flooding in Varnamtown in Brunswick County. Submitted by Ashton Galloway(WECT)
Storm Surge off of Masonboro Loop, submitted by Bill
Storm Surge off of Masonboro Loop, submitted by Bill(WECT)
Intersection of Front Street and Greenfield Street in Wilmington, N.C. Submitted by Megan...
Intersection of Front Street and Greenfield Street in Wilmington, N.C. Submitted by Megan Davitt-Loysen.(WECT)
Unknown location, submitted to WECT by Tyler Buckles at 5 p.m.
Unknown location, submitted to WECT by Tyler Buckles at 5 p.m.(WECT)

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