September 20th, 2010
02:58 PM ET

Bermuda dries out after Igor's visit

Just hours after the island took a beating from Hurricane Igor, blue skies returned to Bermuda on Monday as the storm moved out into the Atlantic.

"It's a different world, so to speak," CNN meteorologist Reynolds Wolf said, reporting from Bermuda.

The island was cleaning up and drying out after Igor's visit, but there were no reports of serious damage, injuries or deaths resulting from the Category 1 hurricane.

"Compared to Fabian, this is a good outcome," said Frank Stocek, property manager at the Elbow Beach resort. Hurricane Fabian caused extensive damage on Bermuda when it struck in 2003.


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