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Extreme weather alert right now it might be the biggest storm of the winter season to date and blanketing the midwest and now hammering parts of the East Coast.
More than 300 flights canceled already this morning there will be more certainly to is that heavy and wet snow in the high wind -- down trees and power lines.
Storm -- reaching several feet already folks not already digging out are getting ready for what's coming their way.
And I hate it that I really need.
Nearby -- -- doubled with the the last storm destroyed in mind this is how weak -- these printers are gonna come down you know I'm just knocking on wood every single time.
That a storm comes well Molly Line has lots Cape Cod sandwich Massachusetts.
And if you're getting hit.
How are things there's -- fired -- -- Value nothing unexpected news winds and I and this is the fourth brutal storm of this interceded.
It's no water behind -- thank -- he's -- all the way down is is to reach the 28 today.
And it's pretty high as well thirty miles an hour pretty consistently there also been some big gusts recorded overnight.
Out near Martha's Vineyard sixty miles an hour and those type winds cause a lot of damage not just of the homes.
Here along the coastline which is a major concern as well as the coastal flooding that -- during the height high -- but also because erosion in the area.
Your -- a lot of communities up and down the paper concern about that the beaches of course when the light -- -- -- a big tourism area.
And they want to preserve our environment as well also is -- -- -- -- nor sure about Boston they're watching some homes up there on the Plum Island area.
And beautiful vacation area but this -- the Atlantic -- beautiful vacation there isn't a pretty tough spot to be.
And today it's one of those tough spots that -- that's pressure a lot of concern for the authorities there.
Just try to keep an eye and what happens whenever you have these types of brutal winds and these.
They still Mars hill you know Molly as we watch that radar looks like this storm is churning in unfortunately I think is turning your way.
What do you hearing is is this expect to be an event that could last the next 48 hours plus or not.
Well it's tamper down as things get into the evening but that congress expected this note to keep going on throughout the night -- this -- an all day today this is not and in the next couple of hours they're expecting that.
Didn't need to keep an eye on this throughout the entire day and then we'll -- -- that hopefully assess things sometime in the in the hours tomorrow but right now when he landed.
-- is snow's still coming north of here for the Boston area.
Then the commute this morning was absolutely atrocious and and it suspect he'd be pretty bad this afternoon as well -- -- down thank you Molly Molly lives there and sandwich Massachusetts hang on Belgium Ollie.
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