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CAPTION ONLY: STORM LEAVES WATCHERS WAITING, WONDERING.

From a rock break in Ocean City, N.J., a boy surveys the storm-swelled surf from Hurricane Felix. Hurricane warnings were dropped Thursday along the North Carolina and Virginia coast as a weakening Felix dawdled at sea for a second day. The hurricane's stalling befuddled forecasters and infuriated many people still in the storm's path. The storm slowed from 14 mph Wednesday to a standstill Thursday morning. It was about 150 miles east-northeast of Cape Hatteras in the Outer Banks islands. While erosion from waves was still a problem, Felix has been a bust for both wind and rain on the Outer Banks.