East Wind Blow Out On The
Great South Bay
A Photo-journal By Michael Busch of
greatsouthbayimages.com
At the Bellport Public Beach Next to The Marina, There’s a Lot of
Bulkhead Showing. A Strong Storm From the East Has Hit
The Bay is Roiling
The Docks Exposed
The Flag Is Torn To Shreds
Mud Flats Exposd
The Bay Gets Angrier
More Water Recedes From The Shore at Bellport
The Storm Is Passing, The Beach Still Exposed, Drying
The Sun Returns
Meanwhile in Lindenhurst, 25 Miles to The West, All The Water
Piled Up By That Easterly Wind Had to Go Somewhere
QED: Wind From the East = Flooding
in The West
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East Wind Blow Out Of The Great South Bay (courtesy Michael Busch and greatsouthbayimages.com

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What happens when the wind comes from the east on The Great South Bay? The water is pushed west. The eastern part of the bay starts to empty out, while, as you will see, the water piles up in the west.

This slide show presents what Bellport Bay, on the Eastern Great South Bay, looks like during a strong easterly wind (slides 2-10, courtesy Michael Busch) and what the results are in Lindenhurst (slides 11-12, courtesy Michael Patrick.

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East Wind Blow Out Of The Great South Bay (courtesy Michael Busch and greatsouthbayimages.com

  1. 1. East Wind Blow Out On The Great South Bay A Photo-journal By Michael Busch of greatsouthbayimages.com
  2. 2. At the Bellport Public Beach Next to The Marina, There’s a Lot of Bulkhead Showing. A Strong Storm From the East Has Hit
  3. 3. The Bay is Roiling
  4. 4. The Docks Exposed
  5. 5. The Flag Is Torn To Shreds
  6. 6. Mud Flats Exposd
  7. 7. The Bay Gets Angrier
  8. 8. More Water Recedes From The Shore at Bellport
  9. 9. The Storm Is Passing, The Beach Still Exposed, Drying
  10. 10. The Sun Returns
  11. 11. Meanwhile in Lindenhurst, 25 Miles to The West, All The Water Piled Up By That Easterly Wind Had to Go Somewhere
  12. 12. QED: Wind From the East = Flooding in The West

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