Mother Nature will be making a visit tomorrow as a high wind warning is in effect from 5 a.m. – 7 p.m.. Sustained winds in the area of 25 – 35 mph are on tap with gusts projected to top out in the 55 – 65 mph range. The current steady diet of rain looks to continue through early evening where a brief reprieve gives way to thunderstorms, due in no small part to a colder air mass colliding with political hot air, that appear to be hit or miss through sunrise. Sunday is also a wet one and although temperatures are forecasted to remain in the middle 30’s, wind chills may bottom out just enough to kick up a bit of snow. Based on what I’ve seen over that past several hours, I’m not inclined to rule out a UV index of nine but wherever the roulette wheel decides to stop, you will be in the know mid day Sunday as the highest impacts are trending toward morning.
About Nauset Management
As a lifelong resident of the outer Cape I was the third generation to pick up the mantel in the family construction business. In my early twenties, I called the Cape my home on weekends as I spent several years working for a variety of off-Cape commercial construction companies. My site supervision resume includes two supermarkets, two HUD projects, a funeral home and a handful of steel industrial buildings as well as various restaurant and office remodels.