Here are some photos from Long Island's experience with Tropical Storm Henri Sunday.

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Jones Beach near field 4 is flooded on Sunday August 22, 2021 in Wantagh.

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Beachgoers watch surf along with their dog at Coopers Beach in Southampton on Sunday as Tropical Storm Henri batters the shore.

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Justine and her daughter Hadley Blackburn of Northport play in puddles on Main Street in Northport on Sunday.

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Some flooding on streets in Lindenhurst as Tropical Storm Henri hits the region on Sunday.

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Water flooded under the Jones Beach boardwalk at high tide about 9:30 a.m., but water was starting to recede. The boardwalk was not damaged after it was redesigned following Superstorm Sandy.

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Lou Capone and his wife Brynn, of Center Moriches, walk with their son Easton and dog Finley as rain falls from Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday.

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Water flooded under the Jones Beach boardwalk at high tide about 9:30 a.m., but water was starting to recede. The boardwalk was not damaged after it was redesigned following Superstorm Sandy.

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A utility pole split on Route 48 in Southold during Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday.

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The bust of Hercules on display in Stony Brook is flooded by the unusually high tide from Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday afternoon.

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Stores along Main Street in Port Jefferson are boarded up on Sunday afternoon for Henri.

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A jogger gets splashed by a car going through a puddle during Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday in Bayville.

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Gage Kahn, of Bayville, puts away outdoor furniture at The Clam Bar at Bridge Marine Marina because of the storm surge anticipated from Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday.

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The Bridge Marine Marina during Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday in Bayville.

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The Bridge Marine Marina during Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday in Bayville.

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Water flooded under the Jones Beach boardwalk at high tide about 9:30 a.m., but water was starting to recede. The boardwalk was not damaged after it was redesigned following Superstorm Sandy.

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Beachgoers brave the weather at Coopers Beach in Southampton on Sunday during Tropical Storm Henri.

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Long Island Rail Road workers try to free a track crossing blocking William Floyd Parkway in Shirley as Tropical Storm Henri moves across Long Island on Sunday.

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Philip and Elizabeth Seibel, of Washington, D.C., visit Southold Town Beach in Southold as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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Emily and James Yates, left, of San Francisco, and Philip and Elizabeth Seibel, of Washington, D.C., visit Southold Town Beach in Southold as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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The scene from the Long Island Sound in Southold as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter and town Commissioner of Public Safety Anthony Prudenti at the Islip Emergency Operations Center monitoring the storm on Sunday.

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Nassau County Executive Laura Curran gets updates on Tropical Storm Henri on Sunday in Bethpage.

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This 7-Eleven in downtown Montauk stayed open as Tropical Storm Henri hit the hamlet with steady rain and wind on Sunday.

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A storefront on Main Street in Greenport is boarded up as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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No fishing on the Fish On charter boat in East Moriches as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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Debbie Campbell, of East Patchogue, walks down Montauk Highway in Bellport as Tropical Storm Henri as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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One vehicle on the North Ferry in Greenport as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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Atlantic gas station on Montauk Highway sold out of gas in East Moriches as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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Sandbags were placed in front of Chase Bank in Southampton on Sunday as Tropical Storm Henri nears.

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No ferry service from Orient Point as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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The North Ferry in Greenport, seen here, as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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The North Ferry in Greenport as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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A storefront is boarded up on Main Street in Greenport as Tropical Storm Henri approaches on Sunday.

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A man at Coopers Beach in Southampon on Sunday as Tropical Storm Henri intensifies.

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