- Posted October 30, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
'Superstorm' Sandy: Your stories
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Green Rain Boots Catch Sandy Blowing in and out to Sea on Nantucket
Here is what was happening early, early this morning on Nantucket. The wind was still blowing and gale winds and thunderstorms are in the forecast as we were still feeling Sandy’s outer edges. But as I am posting it has become obvious that the storm has passed and today’s forecast looks promising. Currently shaping up into a beautiful day full of sunshine, laughter, and rainbows here on Nantucket.
Currently 62 degree’s winds at 19 MPH with gusts of 25 from the South East 9:39 EST