As forecasters predicted, this year was a very active hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean.
Tens of thousands of Nova Scotians are without power after Tropical Storm Earl roared through the Canadian province Saturday.
Across Cape Cod, plywood sheeting meant to protect homes and businesses from Hurricane Earl is coming down, stores are reopening and canceled Labor Day plans are back on.
Summer fun has resumed at Nantasket Beach, now that Hurricane Earl is out of the way. WBZ’s Bernice Corpuz is there with details.
Governor Patrick is urging residents and tourists to support Cape Cod businesses, as they try to make up for losses sustained during Hurricane Earl. WBZ’s Kim Tunnicliffe has the story from Cape Cod.
Meteorologist Melissa Mack explains how and why Earl fizzled out.
Maine has avoided the worst of the remnants of Hurricane Earl, which raked parts of the state with heavy rain and churned up the surf.
Gov. Deval Patrick has canceled the state of emergency declaration. His office issued the following statement:
Earl was weaker than expected, but there’s still clean-up to do in Chatham. WBZ’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency is wrapping up its Hurricane Earl operations early, after the storm was less severe than expected. WBZ’s Bernice Corpuz has the latest from the MEMA bunker in Framingham.