We could get hit by Nate

Early Tuesday morning. But the latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center shows Nate hitting us with sustained winds of less than 39 m.p.h., because it'll get to us by taking the land route, along the Appalachians, basically, and mountains generally weaken, if not outright destroy, hurricanes and tropical storms.



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      If the storm is bad enough to keep planes out of Logan, then it will likely be bad enough to cancel work, too.

      Currently being out of town, I'm going to have to keep an eye on that (as it were).