A severe high tide could rival that of Hurricane Bob back in 1991, and could be the most serious and severe blow from Hurricane Sandy when all is said and done.
Simon Malls are closing early Monday to ensure safety of shoppers and employees.
We’ve been talking about Sandy for a week now…it’s arrival is tomorrow.
We are already feeling the effects from Sandy even though the storm center is almost 700 miles away from Boston.
The seaport city of Gloucester is urging residents to celebrate Halloween early because of the hurricane that’s threatening next week. Local officials are encouraging trick or treating between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, instead of Wednesday as tradition holds.
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.
We are now one day closer to Sandy’s arrival and there are still a lot of questions to be answered.
Sandy went through rapid intensification last night and has maintained all that strength today while over the very warm Bahamian waters.
As Hurricane Sandy looms in the wings, at least one town has started thinking about trick-or-treat.
Here are some helpful reminders on how to stay safe after a hurricane strikes.