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    Jennifer Labbe, from Bristol, Conn., swings her son, Gevin, 4, as they and others enjoy the the tide coming in with bigger but not dangerous waves at Old Orchard Beach. They were there with their family and come often because they have family in Biddeford, according to Labbe. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    JULY 05: Young visitors to Old Orchard Beach enjoy the waves as the fear from riptides was aleviated by officials. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    The green safety flag is flying with a stiff breeze signifying no danger from riptides, according to lifeguards Michael Clair, left, and Ryan Chicoine, an eight year guard at OOB, who came in on his day off for backup if needed because of the possibility of riptides

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    Josh Poulin and Jaclyn Masters, both servers for Griity McDuffs in Lewiston, sweegee and wipe the water from outdoor tables full of last nights rain from the passing storm before they open for the holiday weekend. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    American flags wave strongly over the bridge in Lewiston as the wind picks up from the remnants of Hurricane Arthur. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Raging water from the passing storm last night rush over the Great Falls in Lewiston. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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