Thursday March 6th , 2014 Cape Ann Weather..

Marine Forecast
Thu: N winds 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt…becoming NE 5 to 10 kt in the afternoon. Seas 2 to 4 ft.

Thu Night: SE winds around 5 kt. Seas 2 to 3 ft.

It’s gonna be another cold day with clouds and sun temps in the 20′s struggling to hit 30.. Winds onshore from the north northeast at 10-15 mph with a few higher gusts . As far as ocean effect snow bands go will just have to wait and see if they materialize or not .. Very cold air passing over the ocean waters for this time of year .. Very hard to predict these events but not ruling it out . Tonight very cold lows teens to 20′s light North east winds becoming south east 10-15 mph…
Friday sun / clouds we warm up a bit highs around 40.
Saturday lower 40′s dry weather continues with mostly sunny skies ..
Sunday 44

Late next week watching potential storminess conditions around Wednesday / Thursday time period…
Have a great day … Thanks for reading …
Peter Lovasco
GMG
Weatherman

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5 comments

  • Hate getting a flu shot???
    I would call you a wuss but I’ve got my own irrational fears. Such as, I’m deathly afraid of a jet bridge collapse when boarding a plane. No fear of flying though. Go figure.

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  • Peter – I with you on the plane stuff…Flu shots during active duty days mandatory every year. Have not got one in while needles don’t bother me the immune system bring the antibodies in mays you feel down…Many folks take an asprin or tylenol or something like that prior to shot.:-) Dave

    FYI Only: In addition to periodic global pandemics, during which hundreds of thousands or even millions may die, flu claims thousands of American lives every winter. With the introduction of the first flu vaccines in the 1940s, infectious disease experts took a big step toward limiting the impact of influenza. For nearly 60 years, flu vaccines were administered via injection. In June 2003, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration licensed FluMist, the first nasally administered flu vaccine, for use in healthy people aged 5 to 49 years.

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