Sunday will remain dry with filtered sunshine with highs climbing into the 70’s near 80 with a cooling sea breeze. But, lows are still expected to drop into the 50’s tonight.
A 25-foot whale is swimming extremely close to passing boats and ferries in Nantucket Harbor.
We will be watching clouds advancing ahead of an approaching low up the coast Tuesday. Skies will be clouding over with a chance of rain or showers on the Cape by late afternoon and for the coast by evening.
Our wave of low pressure along a stalled front south of New England is slowly pulling off the coast. The heaviest rain is shifting east and will be pulling off the coast after midnight. Showers will still linger through the overnight as another batch in N. New Jersey will skirt through CT & RI over night. Sunday morning will start off damp with the low off the coast of Nantucket with low clouds and drizzle.
Divers have discovered a World War II-era German submarine nearly 70 years after it sank under withering U.S. attack in deep waters off Nantucket.
The U-550 was found on Monday by a seven-man group, some of whom have been searching for the lost U-boat for several years.
A reported shark sighting that cleared three beaches in Nantucket on Wednesday was not a shark after all.
Nantucket (yes, the small island off the coast of Massachusetts) was ranked as the top island in the world by National Geographic.
The few moments of sunshine this morning have given way to building black bottom cumulus and threat for a few afternoon showers. I think we will be able to salvage part of the day, in between the breaks of clouds there will be some partial sunshine to enjoy. But with cooler air aloft, and low level moisture currently in place, alot of these clouds are here to stay and may actually start to build with the heating of the day to deposit a few afternoon showers or even a thunderstorm inland. High temps will be climbing into the lwr-mid 60’s inland this afternoon, but cooler winds off the water with clouds will make it awfully cool at the coast keeping temps in the 50’s.
Documents released in the murder of a pregnant Nantucket woman show she and a man at the center of the case exchanged dozens of texts and calls the day she disappeared.
Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe said Trudie Hall was shot multiple times.