Arthur leaves damage in North Carolina ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Hyunsoo Leo Kim/The Virginian-Pilot, via AP Bryan Wilson, owner of Miller’s Waterfront restaurant, waded through floodwaters to check the damage to his property in Nags Head, N.C. U.S. Coast Guard Flooding from Hurricane Arthur on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Gerry Broome/AP Katie Bender got some assistance from Johanna Bender, left, as they dump water from a boot while sitting on a flooded street in Manteo, N.C. Mark Wilson/Getty Images Power company trucks traveled along Highway 64 after flooding caused by Hurricane Arthur July 4, 2014 in Nags Head, N.C. Mark Wilson/Getty Images A Military truck drove in front of a sign advertising jet ski rentals in Nags Head, N.C. Mark Wilson/Getty Images A television reporter on the scene in Nags Head. Randall Hill/AP A beachcomber walks by the Oceanana Fishing Pier in Atlantic Beach, N.C. Gerry Broome/Associated Press Vehicles navigated a flooded state highway through Nags Head, N.C., early Friday. Chris Keane/Reuters The storm made landfall late Thursday and had sustained winds of up to 100 mph. Chris Keane/Reuters Carter Cromley carried the cover for his jet ski that was blown off while Arthur ravaged Nags Head, N.C., early Friday. NOAA/Associated Press A NOAA satellite image taken early Friday showed Hurricane Arthur rolling across the Outer Banks of North Carolina.