Having cycled through our first high tide, very little has changed in terms of conditions. In isolated cases, winds have run into the low to mid 50 mph range. For a very brief period of time we had some mixed precipitation but the large flakes turned to liquid on contact. Of the two reported power outages in Eastham, neither is a Nauset Management customer. I will circle back at 6 p.m. but at this point, it appears as though current conditions will be in play through mid morning tomorrow. During this morning’s peak high tide, Salt Pond was filled to the perimeter tree line yet secondary roads in the Nauset Heights area were still open. For those interested, the following link will take you to the Nauset Beach Cam which refreshes every 60 seconds or may be refreshed manually. www.nausetbeach.org
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.