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This month marks the 55th anniversary of the disastrous northeaster that devastated the Eastern Shore coast in early March, 1962. This storm and the August, 1933 hurricane that created the Ocean City inlet were two of the most infamous storms affecting the Eastern Shore in the twentieth century.
The Baltimore Sun
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