Dangerous Storm Pounds the East Coast

After clobbering the Southeast, Hermine is bringing widespread coastal flooding as it moves up the East Coast.

Alex Caro, center, of Virginia Beach looks over the name "Hermine" he wrote in the sand at the beach at Cape Charles, Virginia, on Saturday, Sept. 3.

Former Hurricane Hermine continued to deliver whipping winds, heavy rain and "life-threatening" surf along the Mid-Atlantic coast Saturday during its slow march north.

Jay Diem / The Daily Times via AP

Water from Roanoke Sound pounds the Virginia Dare Trail in Manteo, North Carolina.

Tom Copeland / AP

Eli White covers his face from the blowing sand in Nags Head, North Carolina, as the tail of Tropical Storm Hermine passed the Outer Banks.

Tom Copeland / AP

Cars drive on the flooded Hwy 12 in Hatteras, North Carolina.

Tom Copeland / AP
People take photos along Rudee Inlet in Virginia Beach, Virginia, close to a warning sign to keep off the rocks. L. Todd Spencer / The Virginian-Pilot via AP
Pedestrians brave the wind rushing down Atlantic Ave. in Virginia Beach. Stephen M. Katz / The Virginian-Pilot via AP
Lucille Rang, originally from Canada but recently moved to Virginia Beach, looks at the waves at a fishing pier in Virginia Beach. L. Todd Spencer / The Virginian-Pilot via AP

Brandan Bailey walks along flooded Blue Creek Road in Kinston, North Carolina.

PHOTOS: Florida Surveys Damage After Hermine

STORY: East Coast on Alert

John Althouse / AP