The storm that forever changed Ocean City

Currently we’re in the middle of hurricane season and although Ocean City hasn’t been hit by one this year, Sunday marked the 82nd anniversary of the hurricane that helped shape the resort town we know today. Forecasters started naming hurricanes in 1950, so the storm had no name other than the storm of 1933. According to historians, the storm officially ended August 23, 1933, but the rain started days before causing the water level to rise in Assawoman Bay. The water level got so high, eventually the bay overflowed near downtown. Read the rest here 12:49:19

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