As a late October nor'easter hit New England's coastline, residents from Massachusetts to Maine were on watch for the possibility of the rough seas flooding their communities' roads.
The strongest period of wind overnight Wednesday may cause a few power outages around New England.
It is prime time for this multi-day nor'easter as winds are picking up from the Northeast with gusts to 40 mph and waves are already up to 12 feet off the coast of Gloucester, MA and Boston Harbor!
Rain, wind and big waves are expected in New England this week.
Hurricane Gonzalo has raced by Newfoundland and will continue to move swiftly east across the Atlantic Ocean, arriving at the U.K. Monday and Tuesday.
Colder air is moving into New England, producing rain and snow showers.
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