TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30/12
|By: GRANDMANAN, 10:54 AM GMT on October 30, 2012||+0|
Daylight slowly entering the swamp, Ross Island outline visible, rain steady, not heavy. Wind due east 30-35KPH, temp mild 15C, barometric pressure steady. Appears we are on the edge of the rain event, lots of stuff inland, probably destined for the Bay later on today.
The ADVENTURE cancelled the last crossing yesterday, can't imagine too many stranded as a consequence. Rain event for our part of the world over the next day or so, SANDY not interested in getting off the front page.
The visuals for folks just south of us in New England hard to imagine. Such heavy concentration of population affected by an historic weather event will be longtime getting an assessment of the toll, human and property.
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