Nor’easter Expected For The Back Half of the Weekend
A Nor'easter is supposed to arrive along our coast, on the back half of the weekend, but luckily, it's going to be all rain.
According to a report from WCVB, the pick of the weekend will be Saturday. Sunday, however, looks like the clouds will roll in on Sunday and stick around for the day on Sunday. The report says it's a coastal storm and will bring "significant rain." Snow is not expected.
There may be a chance for coastal flooding, depending on the exact timing of the storm.
Nor'easters that are all rain can sometimes be just as destructive as a storm with snow and ice. If you've ever had a basement flood, you know that it's no fun. Not to mention the thunder and lighting that can knock out power.
As I write this, I am sitting in Dover and hearing thunder, watching the rain come down. I am hopeful that the power will stay on. That's not a fun circumstance to be in no matter where you are, but especially if you are at a radio station. The computers shut off and, as you might guess, no computer, no radio.
I am not going to make any plans for Sunday except maybe my radio show. Other than that, I'm going to buckle down and read all day even though it may be reading by candlelight.
Another tip - do your food prep on Saturday because if your power goes out, you won't have a stove to cook on. You're welcome. :)
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