• See birdseye view post #56 below for more on the following:

  • Between now and Saturday, coastal regions on the United States east coast from Cape Hatteras North Carolina to Maine are likely to expereince heavy rains, gusty winds, and coastal sea swells as the broad surface low pressure currently on the Carolinca coast appears to be organizing into a tropical storm, with impacts arriving sooner further south and later further north. Heavy rains could spread inland across Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, New Brunswick, and southeastern Quebec as this system makes landfall this weekend. Check and your local weather office and media for up to the minute latest information on this developing situation. 

  • As the author of, I have also been monitoring the progress of the worldwide outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, see COVID-19 page in the above site menu for details. For the United States, see newly included message at the top of the COVID-19 page that explains the severity of the virus and how it could cause a catastrophic amount of fatalities, much more than the common flu, if large amounts of citizens continue to not perform best practices to stop the spread of the virus such as wearing a mask in public. Please spread this message to as many people as possible!


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