(Verified CFHC User)
Sat Aug 22 2009 12:31 PM
Re: Bill Could Brush Nova Scotia as a Cat I on Sunday

We enjoyed a beautiful morning here in Central MA, courtesy of Bill's subsidence keeping clouds/showers from an approaching front down. Unusual to see bright blue tropical skies with high humidity around here. 85/73 at noon here. Wind just shifted from SW to light easterly the past hour or so. Buoy 44008 south of Nantucket has long-period swells up to about 10 feet... cool.

Looks like Bill may finally be getting his act back together just a bit, with more hints of a better eye the last few satellite frames. Not much more time over the Gulf Stream though. It'd be fun to be up on Cape Breton Island tomorrow.

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