As of this writing the winds are dying down. We've been beaten up for more than 24 hours.
North-facing beaches took the worst of the winds. I went to the bayside in Brewster at the height of the storm and shot this video from Point of Rocks Landing and from the Sea Pines housing development on the water.
I saw sporadic wind damage to signs and fences, and a few big branches on roads and lawns, but on the whole the Cape sailed through another blow.
The wind will be annoyingly loud halfway through the video, so you might want to turn your speaker volume down a bit.
You might also like:
Wild Turkey Encounters On The Rise
Today I was mentioned in an article in the Cape Cod Times about wild turkeys on Cape Cod. Reporter George Brennan told me he googled the subject and came upon an article I wrote last year on turkeys in my yard, so he called me. Thank you for including me, Cape Cod Times!
Cape Cod Wild Turkeys Show No Concern for Ahem...Thanksgiving