Perfect weather predicted for weekend events
Beachgoers also should expect strong seas today and Sunday with high surf and strong rip currents, Kistner said.
Some communities squeezed in morning Fourth of July parades and other activities before heavy rains came. They include Amherst, where hundreds began lining the Village Green under threatening skies to watch the annual Fourth of July parade.
Rains and strong thunderstorms that barreled through the state Thursday were the prelude to Hurricane Arthur’s arrival, which was expected to pass about 50 miles east of Nantucket about midnight Saturday before heading north toward Nova Scotia later in the morning, Kistner said.
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