National Weather Service Issues Flood Watch and Wind Advisory as Hurricane Sandy Approaches
Hurricane Sandy is showing no signs of stopping or even slowing down. As the rest of the East Coast is preparing for the worst case scenario, so are Mainers. Get the latest on the storm.
The National Weather Service in Caribo has issued a flash flood watch starting Monday October 29 at 3:40 a.m. Though ‘Frankenstorm’ won’t hit Maine, it’s aftermath will be felt across our state.
The ‘perfect storm’ will bring heavy rain and strong winds. Possible floods over the north central and east central regions of Maine according to the National Weather Service. The flood watch will be in effect Monday through Tuesday evening.
The NWA also issued a wind advisory all across Maine, beginning Monday afternoon until Tuesday morning. Winds are expected to be between 15 to 20 mile with gusts up to 50 miles.
We are monitoring the weather and will be posting the most current updates on the hurricane. Keep checking this post for the latest.