• Cape Cod House Watch

As we bask in the wash of a long-anticipated sunshine, round 2 kicks off with a High Wind and Storm Warning with a Coastal Flood Advisory thrown in for kicks that begins tomorrow at 1 p.m. and runs through 1 …

As we bask in the wash of a long-anticipated sunshine, round 2 kicks off with a High Wind and Storm Warning with a Coastal Flood Advisory thrown in for kicks that begins tomorrow at 1 p.m. and runs through 1 a.m. Thursday. With gusts anticipated to range in the area of 50 – 60 mph, a large majority of the backup crews, from as far away as Canada, will be taking in the local sites and attractions until this second wave unfolds. While a wet, heavy snow is anticipated with this kinder, gentler Nor Easter, that mess looks to stay west of the bridge as we are slated to stick with a steady dose of mixed precipitation which looks to wrap up on Thursday. I will touch base with the above-mentioned owners first thing tomorrow and circle back at the end of the day with an update on the next wave while encouraging everyone to pay no attention to #3 which is being to get legs.