"930 AM EDT SAT NOV 3 2007
...DAMAGING WINDS EXPECTED ACROSS MOST OF SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MAINE
AND SOUTHEASTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE LATE TODAY AND TONIGHT
ALTHOUGH HURRICANE NOEL HAS LOST ITS TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS...
THE SYSTEM REMAINS VERY STRONG. THE INTENSE LOW WILL TRACK FROM
OFF THE MID ATLANTIC COAST...TO EAST OF CAPE COD THIS EVENING...
THEN ACROSS NOVA SCOTIA (2) TONIGHT. THIS WILL BRING DAMAGING WINDS TO
MUCH OF SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MAINE AND SOUTHEASTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
...WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS THIS EVENING. DOWNED TREES AND NUMEROUS
POWER OUTAGES ARE POSSIBLE."
Saturday, November 3, 2007
Here is where Hurricane Noel was this morning.
1, About 100 miles south east of Cape Cod with winds ashore in New England. Here is the official word there: