(Verified CFHC User)
Sun Oct 28 2012 06:10 PM
Re: Dodge MA and NH?


I would Not wait until tomorrow to stock supplies. Go now as stores further south in D.C. are already stripped bare of supplies.
As the others have stated above. No One knows what Sandy will do as far as damage goes.

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All the schools are closing here...

I get this storm is very large, in size, but is it really going to be bad enough to have schools closed???

Mets are saying this:

Increasing northeasterly breezes take over tonight, but strong winds are not expected. A bit of drizzle and a passing shower is possible. Tomorrow: Northeasterly winds increase and become strong from midday into late Monday Night...Power outages are likely, especially in southeastern NH and in the higher terrain as gusts could hit 50+ mph. Rainfall...Even though the most torrential of the tropical rains are expected south and west of NH, a flood watch is in effect for late Monday PM into Tuesday. 1-3 inches of rain is expected which would not result in much flooding, but some spots(especially the higher terrain of southwestern NH and points north could get up to 4 or 5 inches of rain, which would result in some flooding. The heaviest rain looks to hit Monday pm into Tuesday AM with occasional showers on and off late Tuesday into Wednesday.

Been dreary here, kind of dark, winds are atleast 15-20mph with gusts... a nice breeze

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