In addition to the staffers sent to New York, Massachusetts has deployed a search and rescue team to Connecticut and New York, and sent two National Guard Blackhawk helicopters to New Jersey.
Historically, this storm will rival many of the past storms that have impacted New England. Not only will the track be unique, but also the intensity will be one for the record books…with minimum pressures falling to levels comparable to some of our greatest hurricanes! Just Incredible.
The oldest power plant in the state is now slated to come tumbling down sometime in 2014.
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.
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An Amesbury woman who is from the Garden State got a $73 bill for unemployment benefits that Jersey says it overpaid her 36 years ago.
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A Wayland teenager who had been missing for 12 days was found safe in Jersey City, New Jersey Thursday, police said.
State police arrested a man at Logan Airport Monday night for allegedly trying to smuggle cocaine in his shoes.
Hurricane Irene made landfall at Cape Lookout this morning bringing winds of 80 to 100 mph to the outer banks of North Carolina. Some gusts offshore have peaked over 110 mph. The storm continues to weaken with each update from the National Hurricane Center as it slowly drifts and spins inland across eastern NC. Further Weakening is likely but with a surface air pressure still at 953 mb…it is still a powerful storm with a large expansive wind field. This sort of air pressure is more typical of a category 2 hurricane.