Waterspout confirmed in Wellfleet Thursday afternoon; Flooding reports coming in; High Surf Advisory due to swells from Hurricane Larry

NWS Boston/CWN

Flooding stories entering the Nationwide Climate Carrier:
Skywarn stories Path 6 eastbound between exits 82 and 85 (previous exits 10-11) there used to be an estimated 2-3 inches of side road flooding masking the freeway. Vital side road flooding on Financial institution Boulevard in Harwich with 4 to five inches of water in a few spots. An beginner radio operator in in Chatham reported each southbound and northbound lanes of Path 28 at Frost Fish Street with 2.5 inches of rain measured within the roadway.
Rainfall stories from NWS: Chatham, MA: 3.87″, Orleans, MA: 4.77″, Harwich, MA: 3.67″, Woods Hollow, MA: 2.27″, Pocasset, MA: 2.16″, Marstons Generators, MA: 2.62″


Top Surf Advisory

Coastal Danger Message
Nationwide Climate Carrier Boston/Norton MA
155 PM EDT Thu Sep 9 2021

…HIGH SURF ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM EDT FRIDAY…

* WHAT…Huge breaking waves of five to ten ft within the surf zone.

* WHERE…In Massachusetts – a blog post by Surf Report – , Japanese Essex MA, Japanese Plymouth
MA, Barnstable MA, Dukes MA and Nantucket MA Counties. In
Rhode Island – Surfing published an article- , Washington RI, Newport RI and Block Island RI
Counties.

* WHEN…Till 7 PM EDT Friday.

* IMPACTS…Very bad swimming and browsing stipulations.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Huge breaking waves may even lead to
very bad stipulations for someone on rocks and/or jetties.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

Green swimmers must stay out of the water because of
bad surf stipulations.

Complete textual content of commentary from NWS on Wellfleet waterspout:
Particular Climate Observation
Nationwide Climate Carrier Boston/Norton MA
313 PM EDT Thu Sep 9 2021

…A thunderstorm in a position to generating a waterspout will have an effect on
parts of northeastern Barnstable County thru 400 PM EDT…

At 312 PM EDT, Doppler radar used to be monitoring a thunderstorm in a position to
generating a waterspout over Cape Cod Bay, close to Wellfleet, or 10
miles southeast of Provincetown, shifting northeast at 30 mph.

HAZARD…Waterspouts, winds in far more than 40 mph, and pea dimension hail.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Waterspouts can simply overturn boats and create in the community
hazardous waters. Gusty winds may knock down tree limbs
and blow round unsecured items. Minor injury to outside
items is imaginable.

Places impacted come with…
Wellfleet and Truro.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

If outside, believe in quest of refuge within a development.

This hurricane would possibly accentuate, so make sure that to observe native radio
stations and to be had tv stations for more information
and imaginable warnings from the Nationwide Climate Carrier.

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