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High winds from the hurricane will also make aerial spraying with pesticides impossible, disrupting a key effort by the state to keep mosquito populations under control, said Joseph Conlon, a retired U. Navy entomologist who serves as technical adviser for the American Mosquito Control Association.

Florida officials have been working to drain water in containers on residents' property and scrub away rings of eggs, but fresh rains from a large storm could refill them, and any remaining eggs could hatch.

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The storm is currently churning hundreds of miles off shore but is still impacting beaches along the east coast Sunday's footage emerged as forecasters predicted Hermine could strengthen into a hurricane for the second time, though said it is unlikely to make landfall again after spinning out to sea overnight on Saturday.

The threat of heavy rain in New York City appears to have passed for the moment, but the storm is maintaining enough power to whip up dangerous waves and rip currents and keep beaches off-limits to disappointed swimmers and surfers.

Water-resistant barricades surround an office building near Battery Park in New York.

The storm sent water over NC Highway 12, the only road connecting Hatteras Island to the mainland.

In Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where the beach was closed to foot traffic and swimming prohibited Saturday, traffic was lighter than normal, said Jim Derrick, whose family businesses include a mini golf course, sea shell store, indoor bounce house and ice cream shop.

The National Park Service closed Georgia's Cumberland Island to visitors until Saturday morning.

The Citadel and the College of Charleston canceled classes and Joint Base Charleston, which consists of the Charleston Air Force Base and the Charleston Naval Weapons Station, also closed though essential personnel were asked to report to the base.

The popular open-air City Market in downtown Charleston, a must-see for millions of visitors to Charleston each year, also was closed Friday.