CNN PRODUCER NOTE Jordanaack told me, 'When accumulated atop the other four storms that have caused widespread flooding, power outages, property damage and much more for Nantucket. This storm has brought massive flooding in the low lying areas as seen from my other report of the Easy Street area. High tide comes again tonight at 8:37 and then at 9 tomorrow morning and will prove to be a problem as there is already flooding as there is nowhere for the water to go. Sustained winds are still at 30 mph with guests up to 55mph. There is massive erosion on the beach front an Eastern Parts of the island including Sankedy Head and the Western including Madaket. I hope to explore these parts of the island further tomorrow when the winds are promised to dissipate. Those in low lying areas were warned to move to higher ground and evacuate, which is a drill residents have become familiar with following a winter full of weekend storms. Cutting off the island through the suspension of boat and plane service due to unseasonable conditions Nantucket has not ever seen. Today is was a wintery freezing mix with a wind that was raw and it was hard to be outside for a sustained period of time. Especially with your boots in 2 feet plus of seawater that is flooding the streets.'
- hhanks, CNN iReport producer