It's a strange feeling, waiting for a big storm. You wonder if it will fizzle out like so many predicted storms, or if it will live up to its billing.
On Cape Cod we braced for Superstorm Sandy last fall, only to see it slam Staten Island, Queens, Long Island and lower Manhattan to the west. This time, every meteorologist is painting the bulls-eye of tomorrow's storm squarely on New England. Coastal Massachusetts expects coastal flooding and gusts to 75 mph--"definitely a top ten" snow storm, according to WCVB TV Meteorologist Harvey Leonard.
Tonight the National Weather Service made this dinnertime announcement on television. Across the Cape tonight, there is an eerie foreboding about what lies ahead.