There is only one feature across the reporting region today. Disturbance Fifty Eight is a strong, non-tropical low pressure system parked offshore Cape Cod blowing a hoolie and knocking out some lumpy seas. This is fanning out along the entire New England coast. These will continue to impact the eastern seaboard today before it begins to drift seaward tomorrow. By the weekend, the system is expected to track east-sou’east over warmer waters and deepen. We may yet see a fishstorm called WANDA.

Muck and filth along the coast of New England otherwise stand easy

Image Al Goldstein