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Daily Update - Boston03/31/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/30/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/29/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/28/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/27/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/26/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/25/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/24/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/23/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/22/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Winter Storm Waening03/21/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Winter Storm Warning03/20/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/19/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/18/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/17/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/16/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/15/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/14/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Blizzard Warning03/13/2018 Normal
Winter Storm Warning03/12/2018 Normal
National Weather Service Decision Support Briefing # 3 Monday, March 12, 2018 4:22 AM03/12/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Winter Storm Warning03/12/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Winter Storm Watch03/11/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Daylight Savings Time To Commence03/10/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/09/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/08/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Winter Weather Advisory03/07/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Winter Storm Warning03/06/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston03/05/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Coastal Flood Advisory 03/04/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & High Wind Warning03/03/2018 Normal
High Wind Warning & Storm Warning03/02/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Storm Warning03/02/2018 Normal
USCG Boston - Port Bulletin (Severe Weather)03/01/2018 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & High Wind Warning, Coastal Flood Watch 03/01/2018 Normal

 Daily Port Update

Subject:Winter Storm Warning
Date:Monday, March 12, 2018
Priority:Normal
Notice:

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Forecast
Low pressure will be moving off the U.S Mid Atlantic coastline this afternoon, track out to sea, and then lift northeastward into southeastern Canada late tomorrow and into Wednesday. As it does so, strong winds and moderate to heavy snow are expected to develop across the region.

The latest guidance suggests widespread snowfall amounts of 6-10 inches can be expected across much of New England and Atlantic Canada, with heavier totals of 12-18+ inches possible from southeastern New England, including the greater Boston area, northeastward into Maine and New Brunswick. Sustained winds of 25-35 mph with gusts up to 50-60 mph) will also be possible, with stronger winds offshore.

Main Impacts
Snow on roadways could lead to hazardous travel conditions and minor to locally moderate delays possible. Some power outages will be possible with some minor business disruptions possible, especially where the heaviest snow falls. Strong winds will also contribute to power outages and low visibility in areas of blowing snow. Coastal flooding will be possible in areas that see strong northeasterly winds.

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Notice posted on Monday, March 12, 2018

Disclaimer
For quality assurance purposes please note well that while the above information is regularly vetted for accuracy it is not intended to replace the local knowledge or expertise pertaining to port conditions of our marine operations personnel. Port précis should always be verified by contacting the corresponding marine department of a particular location for the most up-to-date information.