Watch the waves pound the rocks at Portland Head Light

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Offshore wind gusts of almost 40 mph drove waves against the rocks at the foot of Portland Headlight in Cape Elizabeth this morning. Precipitation and windy conditions are expected to last into Wednesday.

Offshore wind gusts of almost 40 mph drove waves against the rocks at the foot of Portland Headlight in Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. Precipitation and windy conditions are expected to last into Wednesday.

Portland Headlight in Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.

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Troy R. Bennett

About Troy R. Bennett

Troy R. Bennett is a Buxton native and longtime Portland resident whose photojournalism has appeared in media outlets all over the world.