The Flowers in the gardens on Stacy Boulevard survived the heavy rains and winds on Mother’s Day May 14, 2017. Not even a Spring Nor‘easter stops us from enjoying Mother’s Day in Gloucester.
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Niles Pond Causeway
The newly restored causeway weathered the storm beautifully. By day’s end the waves had settled but this morning at high tide they were still packing some fury. In the next photo, I am standing on the far side of the pond, looking towards Brace Cove. As you can see, the waves were crashing into the causeway.
WILD, WET, AND WINDY–there is incredible beauty to be seen in the power of the sea.
I saw two downed phone lines this morning, reported them and steered clear. I was taught those are the low ones.
March Nor’easter, Long Beach, 1958
A massive storm barreled up the East Coast from March 18th to 21st,1958, impacting the East Coast from North Carolina to Maine. It was a Category 2 storm, which means it was “significant.” In addition to high winds, waves, and surge, it also brought snow. On Cape Ann, the concrete boardwalk on Long Beach was destroyed, and houses were damaged. These photos are courtesy of Eloise Como Brown.
Len Burgess submits-
Check out this satellite view full screen of our big storm on Feb. 8-9
An hour after high tide, Thursday am, The wind was pushing me all over the place. Be careful out there.
5:20AM On Main Street Snapshot of Snow Totals (or lack thereof) On Main Street Courtesy Island Art and Hobby and Toodeloos–GMG October Nor’ Easter Coverage
Classic example of how the www.gloucesterwebcam.com project can let you know what’s up when you’re away or in bed.
Check out the interactive map of all the locations that are live so far and their field of view-
Prosciutto, olive spread, roasted red peppers, oil and seasonings- are you freaking kidding me???? Out-standing!
April Nor’easter from 2007 —Sharon
Luckily this isn’t today’s weather, but it could be at any time. Remember that old saying about New England weather? “If you don’t like the weather, just wait a minute- it will change.” See a slideshow of my photos on our ever-chaning weather. —Sharon