WBZ Evening Forecast For September 6

WBZ Evening Forecast For September 6

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AT THE CHARLESTOWN NAVY YARD. SO MUCH HARD WORK AND IT LOOKS BEAUTIFUL. ISN’T IT GORGEOUS? ALIVE LOOK RIGHT NOW, WE WANT TO SHOW YOU WHAT HURRICANE DORIAN IS DOING IN NEW JERSEY. NOTHING MAJOR BUT YOU CAN SEE THE SEAS ARE GETTING WHIPPED UP A LITTLE BIT AND WE DO HAVE THIS COMING OUR WAY. FOR MORE ON THE STORM RETURN TO OUR CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIC FISHER WHO IS LIVE ON NANTUCKET. Reporter: A VERY NOR’EASTER KIND OF FEEL ON NANTUCKET TONIGHT, DOESN’T NECESSARILY FEEL LIKE TROPICAL WEATHER MAKING ITS WAY IN OUR DIRECTION. IT’S DARK OUTSIDE, WINDY AND CHILLY AND THIS IS GOING TO BE NOT ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT FROM A NOR’EASTER BUT A PRETTY FAST MOVER. THIS IS GOING TO HAUL IN OVERNIGHT, PEAK EARLY TOMORROW MORNING AND RACE OFF TO THE NORTH AND EAST. TAKE A LOOK AT ITS FULL TRACK, TODAY IS DAY NUMBER 18 TRACKING THE STORM AS IT WAS A CAPE SYSTEM THAT CAME OFF THE COAST OF AFRICA, ALL THE WAY ACROSS THE OCEAN AND PICKED UP STEAM ONCE IT REACHED THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND THEN IT BECAME A POWERFUL HURRICANE MARCHING TOWARD THE BAHAMAS, DEVASTATING FOR THE NORTHWESTERN BAHAMAS. THEIR WORST HURRICANE ON RECORD THERE AND THEN JUST PARALLEL TO THE U.S. COAST AND BARELY MAKING AN OFFICIAL LOWER 48 LANDFALL AND CAPE HATTERAS NORTH CAROLINA THIS MORNING WHERE THEY HAVE SEEN THE MOST SIGNIFICANT WIND AND FLOODING OVERALL IN THE UNITED STATES FROM THE STORM. IN TERMS OF OUR WEATHER WHILE WE ARE WATCHING HERE AS WE MAKE OUR WAY INTO THE NEXT FEW HOURS, WE WILL WATCH THE WIND AND WAVES PICK UP AND WAVE HEIGHTS HAVE BEEN BUILDING AROUND SIX FEET TODAY CONTINUING TO CLIMB OVERNIGHT, THIS IS THE TYPE OF STORM WAS GOING TO RUSSIAN TOMORROW MORNING AND MORE OF A CHAOTIC OCEAN IN THOSE GREAT SETS OF SWELLS MAKING THEIR WAY IN, I THINK MORE OF A CHAOTIC SEA MEANT TOMORROW AND THEN WE ARE GOING TO SEE THINGS CALM DOWN A BIT ON SUNDAY. IN TERMS OF THE WINDS REALLY CENTERED LATE TONIGHT OR TOMORROW MORNING. AFTER 2 AM TILL ABOUT 10 OR 11 O’CLOCK, THAT IS OUR PEAK WIND, SCATTERED DOWNED TREES LIKELY IN THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE ACROSS OUT OF CAPE COD AS WELL IS NANTUCKETS OF THE CLOSEST TO THE STORM AND CLOSE TO THE WATER WE HAVE LESS FRICTION OVER LAND, THAT’S WHERE WE ARE GOING TO SEE THE POTENTIAL FOR DOWNED TREES AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS AND THE NOR’EASTER, MOST OF OUR NOR’EASTER’S ARE IN THE WINTER, THE COLD SEASON. IT HAS BEEN FAIRLY WET WHICH ALSO PLAYS A PART SO I THINK THAT WILL BE AT LEAST PART OF AN ISSUE FOR US HERE AS WE HEAD TOWARD TOMORROW MORNING. THAT GREENBACK IN THE STUDIO TRACKING MORE ON THIS ONE INCLUDING RAIN AND WHEN WE WILL START TO SEE SOME CALMING WEATHER LATER ON THIS WEEKEND. THANKFULLY WE ARE GOING TO SEE SOME RELIEF AS WE GO INTO THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEKEND BUT ERIC WAS JUST MENTIONING ABOUT THE RAIN SHOWERS, THEY HAVE ALREADY STARTED ON NANTUCKET AND THE BRUNT OF THE RAIN TOTALS WILL BE FOR THE OUTER CAPE, MARTHA’S VINEYARD AND NANTUCKET EXPECTING TO GET OVER 2 1/2 TO 3 INCHES IN A RATHER SHORT TIME FRAME SO FLOODING IS GOING TO BECOME PART OF THE CONCERN SPECIFICALLY RIGHT ALONG THE IMMEDIATE EASTERN COAST. SATURDAY, MORE SO FOR THE MORNING HOURS IN THE AFTERNOON, IT DOES SEEM TO TAPER OFF AS WE HEAD INTO THE LATER PARTS OF THE DAY, SUNDAY OBVIOUSLY GOING TO BE OUR PICK. PLENTY OF SUNSHINE EXPECTED BACK NEAR 75 DEGREES. IF YOU ARE HEADING OUT TO FENWAY TONIGHT YOU MAY HAVE TO KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY FOR THE CHANCE OF A SHOWER, NOT A WASHOUT. BY THE TIME 4 O’CLOCK TOMORROW ROLLS AROUND THAT’S WHEN FIRST PITCH IS, MOST OF THE CONCERN IS OUT OF OUR WAY, STILL RATHER GUSTY IN DEALING WITH WIND SPEEDS AROUND 40 TO 45 MILES PER HOUR, SUNDAY, ABSOLUTELY NO CONCERN, CLEAR AND COOL FOR THE RED SOX AND IT’S GOING TO BE RATHER COMFORTABLE HEADING OUT

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