Although Florida is in the cross-hairs and more likely to receive a direct hit from a hurricane, a strike in New England from even a low cat 3 would have a major effect. This is record to the 1938 hurricane that hit Connecticut http://www.southstation.org/hurr1.htm . The Unisys weather site says it was extratropical but it still twisted train tracks and caused major flooding and destroyed many homes. Please think about the fact that there are other areas that could be affected by hurricanes and the loss of life could be greater than in your area. Trying to get people in those areas aware of the possiblity could save lives.
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