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For a short time early morning, we had the sun come out every now and then. At low tide there was no indication of the storm that was on it's way. The wind was strong from the North between 10 and 15 mph. Our temperature was 40°F and the barometric pressure was on 30.15".
At 11.45 am we saw our max high of 47°F and the wind was picking up and the rain started to pelt down. The wind had also turned to a more Northeast flow. The waves were bashing against the seawall with some splash-overs. I can testify that the sea tastes salty!!
At high tide, at 1.30 pm, the wind had turned more Easterly and was coming in straight at the walls. While there was splash-overs, none were as spectacular as we have had before. The wind was blowing around 15 to 20 mph with some gusts to 25 mph. As yet, we have had no snow with the radar map showing the "mix" about 10 miles West of us. The center of the storm has not yet passed us.
Sunrise was at 7.13 am
Sunset was at 5.41 pm
Rainfall recorded is 0.31 inch
Dew Point is 37°F
Boston Harbor Water Temperature is 54.0°F
Summit of Mount Washington (6288') - current conditions - The current temperature on the summit is 10°F (-12°C) and the wind chill is -14°F, range: 14.5° 8.5°F. The current wind speed on the summit is 35.9 mph from the East and the 24 hour Peak wind speed was 55.8 mph at 8.30 am this morning. Visibility from the summit was 1/16 of a mile as the summit was in cloud. Tomorrow should be in cloud with some snow showers.