Falmouth Storm Center: March 7-8, 2013
Cancellations, road closures and other storm-related information: As it becomes available, we post it here. Add your observations in the comments section and feel free to share photos and videos from this ocean storm.
Updated: March 8, 6:42am:
This morning's high tide expected to be more dangerous than Thursday's high tide in terms of flooding and erosion, according to the National Weather Service.
If you are out and about, please upload pictures of the tide to this story.
Updated 11:41 a.m.-
Hyline Cruises cancelled the 3:10 pm and 7:00 pm from Hyannis and the 4:35 pm and 8:10 pm from Nantucket are cancelled due to the high winds.
Hyline Cruises cancelled the 12:00 pm from Hyannis and the 1:25 pm from Nantucket will not be going due to the high winds.
Updated 10:25 a.m. -
Steamship Authority has canceled the 10:45 and 12 p.m. ferries.
Updated 10 a.m. -
- The Steamship Authority posts that it "has suspended all ferry service between Nantucket and Hyannis for Friday. Based on the latest forecast from the National Weather Service, the Steamship Authority anticipates that service between Nantucket and Hyannis may not resume until possibly Saturday.
- Service between Martha’s Vineyard and Woods Hole will be on a trip by trip basis. The Steamship Authority anticipates the 10:45am Martha's Vineyard to Woods Hole trip to run as scheduled."
Updated 9 a.m.
- Steamship Authority ferries are canceled until further notice as a wet and windy ocean storm batters the Cape and Islands. Check for updates here and at steamshipauthority.com.
- Cape Air has cancelled all morning flights to and from the Islands. Latest updates at www.capeair.com.