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Hurricane Lee

By adamg - 9/15/23 - 8:34 pm
Red sky over downtown Boston and Boston Harbor

If nothing else, the clouds heralding Lee gave us an amazing sunset tonight, as Tim Babatz couldn't help but notice at Fan Pier on the harbor.

Up the harbor a bit, Adam Balsam got a good view in the North End: Read more.

By adamg - 9/15/23 - 11:28 am
Sun halo at Revere Beach in advance of Lee

ChelseaScanner captured this sun halo in the advance clouds from Lee on Revere Beach this morning. Compare to sun baby back in the day.

By adamg - 9/14/23 - 12:00 pm

City officials say they're read for Lee, with sandbags and temporary flood barriers at the ready to fend off any minor surges and first responders braced for any emergencies caused by flooding, falling trees and downed wires. Read more.

By adamg - 9/13/23 - 5:55 pm

Now might be a good time to take in all the deck furniture and stuff, if only it weren't for the thunderstorms going on right now. Read more.

By adamg - 9/13/23 - 11:06 am

The National Hurricane Center says we could know by tonight whether a formal hurricane or tropical-storm "watch" is needed for the Boston area and other parts of New England in advance of Hurricane Lee. Read more.

By adamg - 9/12/23 - 9:10 am
Map showing possible arrival time of high winds

Last night, the National Hurricane Center shifted Lee's Cone of Probability a bit to the east, enough to exclude all of eastern Massachusetts, save Cape Cod and Nantucket. Read more.

By adamg - 9/11/23 - 8:23 pm
Lee's Cone of Probability now includes eastern Massachusetts on Saturday

From the National Hurricane Center's Lee page.

OK, Lee is still a long ways away, it could wobble or wibble and miss us completely, but the National Hurricane Center added eastern Massachusetts to its Cone of Probability for Saturday - even as it cautions it's still too early to say what impact it will have besides dangerous rip currents. Read more.

By adamg - 9/7/23 - 9:30 pm

The National Hurricane Center sounds the alert about the increasingly embiggened storm: Read more.

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