A historic and powerful Nor’easter will lash New England this afternoon through early Sunday. The most significant threat remains tree and power line damage from heavy, wet snow and strong winds. A secondary threat would be the potential for minor to moderate coastal flooding, particularly during the high tide overnight around 2AM.
Not much change at all in the forecast from last night…we are still in for a powerful and dangerous early season nor’easter.
High pressure SW of New England is firmly in control today wrapping in warming light WNW winds which will warm the eastern facing beaches today. Temps in the valleys this AM are in the 40’s, with temps in the 60’s in the hills. Sunshine with highs in the Lwr-mid 80’s by this afternoon.