NH coastal problems from winter storm: Flood possible

Storm causes concern off New Hampshire coast: Beach erosion, flood possible



This next winter storm is also bringing problems along the coastline. A warning of high winds has been issued for the immediate coastline until and including Monday at. 16.00 Mainly due to gusts that could be harmful out of the southeast gusts to 60 65 MPH. A splash over and also beach erosion, a possibility of minor flooding at the time of high tide, which is astronomically high, 10:55. Monday morning is the time frame for that. So if you live by the coast, be prepared for power outages, make sure your cell phone is charged, and if you have a generator, and make sure you have what you need for it in case the power goes out , so the time for it through the morning hours and into the early afternoon is when we will see these highest gusts of wind.

Storm causes concern off New Hampshire coast: Beach erosion, flood possible

VIDEO: Meteorologist Hayley LaPoint has more on the coastal concerns with Monday’s winter storm. A warning of strong winds has been issued for the coastline, where gusts may approach 65 mph on Monday morning. Coastal floods and floods are likely at high tide around 11 a.m. Monday morning. There are also concerns about beach erosion. See the hour-by-hour timeline here.

VIDEO: Meteorologist Hayley LaPoint has more on the coastal concerns with Monday’s winter storm.

A warning of strong winds has been issued for the coastline, where gusts may approach 65 mph on Monday morning. Coastal floods and floods are likely at high tide around 11 a.m. Monday morning. There are also concerns about beach erosion.

See the hour-by-hour timeline here.

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