I've tried contact the boatyard several times today and there is no answer. That's not good news as they maybe busy trying to save the docks, boats etc... I was hoping they might get a visual on my boat and let me know if she is still where she is supposed to be. The flooding this morning was not a good sign. Then this "Special Weather
Statement" came from NOAA:
"NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
INDICATED WINDS UP TO 110 MPH
BETWEEN 1500 AND 3000 FEET. SOME OF THESE VERY STRONG...DAMAGING
WINDS WILL OCCASIONALLY REACH THE SURFACE...PRODUCING GUSTS OF
70-90 MPH ACROSS THE NEW YORK
CITY METROPOLITAN AREA...LONG
ISLAND...AND SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT THROUGH 8 PM. THE GUSTS TO THESE
LEVELS WILL BE MORE FREQUENT OVER SOUTHEASTERN CONNECTICUT AND
LONG ISLAND THAN OVER THE NEW YORK CITY METRO AREA.
Another high tide around midnight tonight too! I just lost
power for the second time! Meanwhile the Marine
Air X wind
turbine on board is keeping the Engel refrigerator
on board nice and cold.