Jim Lo Scalzo / EPA-LandovPerfect StormHurricane Irene: Photos of the StormSee photos from Hurricane Irene’s deadly path.08.26.11 5:49 PM ETJim Lo Scalzo / EPA-LandovWinslow Townson / APKen Thompson, right, and Ray Morrison make their way along a seawall toward their home in Fairhaven, Mass., as winds from Hurricane Irene batter the shore Sunday morning. Chip Somodevilla / Getty ImagesIsaac Krinsky navigates the aftermath of Hurricane Irene as he makes his way past New York City's East River Cooperative Village apartment buildings on Sunday. Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesA sailboat is washed ashore near Southampton as Hurricane Irene batters New York's Long Island on Sunday. Emmanuel Dunand / AFP-Getty ImagesHurricane Irene descends on New York City and the Manhattan Bridge on Sunday morning. Chip East / Reuters-Landov Waves and storm surge pound the boardwalk and the beach Sunday morning as Hurricane Irene slams into Asbury Park, N.J. John Bazemore / AP,John BazemoreTwo men use a boat to explore a street flooded by Hurricane Irene on Saturday in Manteo, N.C. Jim Lo Scalzo / EPA-Landov The Albemarle Sound floods Millers Restaurant shortly after Hurricane Irene barreled through the Outer Banks in Nags Head, N.C., Saturday. Eduardo Munoz / Reuters-Landov A woman walks through the rain in Hoboken, N.J., on Saturday. J.M. Eddins Jr. / The Washington Times-Landov Ben Farrell holds his daughter Nico Farrell, 18 months old, along City Dock in Annapolis, Md., on Saturday. In background, Jordan Crabtree climbs a pier mooring on City Dock. A man faces strong winds as he makes his way to check out the high surf from Hurricane Irene on Saturday in Virginia Beach, Va. Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun-Landov Ocean waves churn on the shore behind a sand sculpture of Noah's Ark in Ocean City, Md., on Saturday. Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesAn officer with the New York City Parks Department warns people to evacuate in the Rockaways before the arrival of Hurricane Irene. Mark Wilson / Getty ImagesWater in a parking lot enters a storm drain as winds and high tides from Hurricane Irene start Saturday in Ocean City, Md. Charles Dharapak / APA man walks along Avalon Pier in Kill Devil Hills, Outer Banks, N.C., Saturday as Hurricane Irene reaches the North Carolina coast. Brendan Hoffman / Getty ImagesSusan Petrella, lower left, near King Neptune statue on Saturday in Virginia Beach, Va. Steve Helber / AP Photo Residents walk along the beach in the Willoughby Spit area of Norfolk, Va., on Saturday. Jim Lo Scalzo, EPA / Landov A row of vacant beachfront houses get lashed by wind, rain, and the rising Atlantic Ocean in Nags Head, N.C., on Saturday. Chuck Burton / AP Photo Boats are bashed against the shore and a dock in Morehead City, N.C., on Saturday. Jim Lo Scalzo, EPA / Landov Waves crash into Kitty Hawk Pier as Hurricane Irene strikes the Outer Banks in Kitty Hawk, N.C. Steve Helber / AP Photo Joyce Chase of Chesapeake, Va., right, and Michael Minchew look over the jetty at Rudee Inlet as Hurricane Irene hits Virginia Beach, Va., on Saturday. Randall Hill, Reuters / Landov A pedestrian crosses the street in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., on Saturday. Gerry Broome / AP Photo Abandoned beachfront houses are surrounded by rising water in Nags Head, N.C., on Saturday. Travis Long, Raleigh News & Observer / MCT /ZumaAnn and Ted Odell survey flooding caused by Hurricane Irene in Morehead City, N.C., on Saturday. Travis Long, Raleigh News & Observer / MCT /ZumaJon Harvey looks in garage at flooding caused by Hurricane Irene in Morehead City, N.C., on Saturday. Gerry Broome / AP Photo A man struggles against the wind while trying to walk over the dunes in Nags Head, N.C., on Saturday. Joe Raedle / Getty Images Roman Alvarez, left, and Bob Alvarez use plywood to secure store windows on Saturday in Southampton, N.Y. Timothy A. Clary, AFP / Getty Images People evacuate the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Battery Park in Manhattan on Saturday. Jessica Rinaldi, Reuters / Landov Ticket agents at JFK International Airport prepare for Hurricane Irene to arrive in New York City on Saturday. Jeffrey Boan / AP Photo Hurricane specialist Dan Brown reviews the tracks and intensity of Hurricane Irene at the National Hurricane Center on Friday in Miami. Reuters This handout image, courtesy of NOAA, shows a view of Hurricane Irene captured by the GOES-East satellite on Wednesday. Scott Olson / Getty ImagesWaves churned up by Hurricane Irene slam into a pier Friday in Nags Head, N.C. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesPeople crowd a Whole Foods store in Manhattan on Friday. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesA sign at a Radio Shack store on Friday in New York City. Scott Olson / Getty ImagesWind and rain from Hurricane Irene chase visitors off the beach Friday in Nags Head, N.C. Orlando Barria / Landov People run to cross the Sanchez Bridge, closed by the Dominican Army, in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, where hundreds of people were affected as the Nigua River flooded after rains from Hurricane Irene on Wednesday. Lynne Sladky / AP Photo A man walks along a seaside park as Hurricane Irene passes to the east of Nassau on New Providence Island in the Bahamas on Wednesday. Lynne Sladky / AP Photo Residents Ash Henderson, right, and Ioana walk past a downed tree on Wednesday as Hurricane Irene passes to the east of Nassau on New Providence Island in the Bahamas. Stephen Morton / AP Photo Kia Head carries Christian Searcy in her arms while protecting their faces from wind and sand blown in from Hurricane Irene in Tybee Island, Ga., on Wednesday. Joe Raedle / Getty Images Cory Ritz braces himself as a wave bursts onto a pier at the Boynton Beach inlet Wednesday in Boynton Beach, Fla. Joe Raedle / Getty Images Lilyana Fowler, left, and Isabella Lugli brace themselves as a wave bursts onto a pier at the Boynton Beach inlet Wednesday in Boynton Beach, Fla. Mel Evans / AP Photo Traffic jam on the northbound Garden State Parkway near Ocean View, N.J., on Thursday.