Maine and Massachusetts Prepare for Hurricane Lee as Storm Churns Closer
In Coastal New England, a Matter-of-Fact Girding for Hurricane Lee
Sep 15, 2023 by NYT > Climate and Environment
- Advertisement SKIP ADVERTISEMENT IN COASTAL NEW ENGLAND, A MATTER-OF-FACT GIRDING FOR HURRICANE LEE People in Maine and Massachusetts, accustomed to powerful nor’easters if not hurricanes, dutifully prepared but appeared largely unfazed by the foul weather to come.
- Swimmers braved the wind and surf on Friday morning at Inkwell Beach in Oak Bluffs, on the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard.
- As Hurricane Lee churned closer to coastal New England on Friday, with winds expected to intensify overnight, cruise ships sought refuge in Portland, Maine, and homeowners in Provincetown, Mass., piled sandbags.
- A version of this article appears in print on Sept. 16, 2023, Section A , Page 20 of the New York edition with the headline: In Coastal New England, a Matter-of-Fact Girding for Hurricane Lee.
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