We’re under a High Wind Warning until 2 p.m.; it says that there may be “gusts up to 60 to 70 mph” here along the coast. This was taken at the usually-placid Naskeag Harbor this morning:

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The tropical-storm-like winds and rain running up the New England seaboard began hitting us hard prior to dawn and continued in the early hours. Naskeag Road was closed due to an electric pole snapping, but traffic sneaked under the snapped pole and wires:

This happened at the entrance of Wooden Boat's driveway, where all of the lines were brought down by falling trees:


We lost power and still are on generator. Two big spruce trees near the house came down, the top of one landing on one of our decks:

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(Brooklin, Maine)