WBZ Evening News For September 5

WBZ Evening News For September 5

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THEY LIKE TO FEEL THEY ARE DOING SOMETHING. MAKE IT THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL KIA DRIVES HOME THE POINT, THIS IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS YOUR STUDIES, YOU UNDERSTAND THE PLIGHT OF OTHERS, I LOVE THAT AS WELL . THE FORECAST, WE ARE GOING TO SEE A LITTLE BIT OF THE EFFECTS OF DORIAN, ERIC, WE KNOW YOU WILL BE IN NANTUCKET MONITORING IT HOUR BY HOUR, BUT LUCKILY IT DOES SEEM TO BE A LITTLE BIT OFF THE COAST? KIND OF A MIDRANGE NOR’EASTER, THE IMPACTS, THE DIFFERENCE IS WHAT YOU GET THIS TIME OF YEAR IN WINTERTIME, THERE ARE LEAVES ON THE TREES, SOME GUSTS OVER 40 CAN PRODUCE POCKETS OF DAMAGE AND SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES, MAINLY WHAT WE GOT TOWARDS CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS. 1-3 INCHES OF RAIN, LESS THAN 1 INCH EXPECTED NORTH AND WEST OF THE CANAL, AND NOT EXPECTING FLOODING OR SURGE WITH THIS PARTICULAR SURGE. THERE IS A CURRENT LOOK AT THE LOOP, JUST OFF SHORE FOR THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS HERE ON THE EASTERN SEABOARD, JUST SKIRTING THE COASTLINE, THE MOST POWERFUL WINDSOR AROUND THE I AND THE EYEWALL, IT HAS STAYED OFF SHORE, HAS A CHANCE OF MAKING LANDFALL ON THE OUTER BANKS. — THE MOST POWERFUL WINDS ARE AROUND THE EYE. SOME OF THOSE CLOUDS SPURTING OUT FROM THE STORM, A NICE SUNSET TONIGHT, HIGH CLOUDS OVER NEW ENGLAND. A COLD FRONT ACCELERATING THE STORM TO THE NORTHEAST, HURRICANE WARNINGS AROUND THE OUTER BANKS, TROPICAL STORM WARNINGS FOR MARTHA’S VINEYARD, CAPE COD, NANTUCKET, THE HIGHEST CHANCE OF 39 MILES PER HOUR, OUTER CAPE COD AND NANTUCKET IN PARTICULAR, CLOSE TO THE CRITERIA. HIGH CLOUDS, THICKENING CLOUDS, COOL DAY, UPPER 60s TO LOWER 70s, GETTING GRAYER AS THE DAY GOES ON.>THE TRACK, THE CLOSEST PATHS OF THE MORNING TO US, MORE THAN HUNDRED 70 MILES OFF THE COAST, IT WILL BE A DIRECTED TOWARDS NOVA SCOTIA AND NEWFOUNDLAND. AND RED IS HURRICANE STRENGTH, YELLOW IS TROPICAL STORM STRENGTH, HEADING LATE INTO TOMORROW NIGHT, SATURDAY MORNING, IT GRAZES NANTUCKET AND PARTS OF CAPE COD, A CHANCE RIGHT ON THE PERIPHERY OF SEEING STRONGER WINDS. CALLING — CALMING DOWN AS WE HEAD INTO THE AFTERNOON. THE MOST LIKELY SCENARIO, GUSTS 40-50, THE PEAK WIND, CAPE COD, ISLANDS AND SOUTH SHORE, THE HIGHEST WINDS, OUTER CAPON DOWN TOWARDS NANTUCKET. INLAND, A GUSTY DAY BUT NO ISSUES, RAIN, SHOWERS BREAKING OUT ON THE SOUTH COAST, STEADIEST RAINFALL LATE TOMORROW NIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING, MOSTLY FOCUSED TOWARDS THE CAPE AND ISLANDS. FOR BOSTON AREA INLAND, SHOWERS AND SCATTERED DOWNPOURS THROUGH THE MORNING, ENDING AROUND MIDDAY, PARTIAL CLEARING FOR THE BLUSTERY AND COOL AFTERNOON. THE ISLANDS, LESS THAN 1 INCH NORTH AND WEST, THE SURF WILL BE UP, BECAUSE IT IS A QUICKER MOVER, IT’S A GENERALLY SMALLER STORM, I WAVE ACTION ON SATURDAY, COASTAL FLOODING IS NOT A CONCERN, TIDES ARE A COUPLE OF FEET LOWER THAN LAST WEEKEND, WE HAD THE TIMING RIGHT.

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