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Hurricane Earl
  • Published
    September 3, 2010

    State issues citizen alert on Hurricane Earl

    The National Hurricane Center issued the following tropical storm watches and warnings for areas of Maine as Hurricane Earl continues to move up the eastern seaboard. Tropical storm warnings:• Coastal Hancock and Washington counties• Coastal Waters from the Merrimack River in Massachusetts to Eastport Maine, including Penobscot Bay. Tropical storm watches remain in place for:• Interior Hancock County• Central ...

  • Published
    September 3, 2010

    Acadia National Park announces campground, road closures

    Hurricane Earl is expected to arrive in Midcoast and Down East Maine later Friday night and in advance of the storm's expected high waves and winds, Acadia National Park is taking steps to keep the public safe. The National Weather Service is predicting sustained winds of 30 to 40 mph, with winds expected to peak between 4 a.m. and noon Saturday. Breaking waves are expected to peak Saturday at 10 to 15 feet and ...

  • Published
    September 2, 2010

    Baldacci, McAleer urge preparedness as Earl’s exact path still unpredictable

    In a press conference Thursday afternoon, Gov. John E. Baldacci said Maine is in a ready state of preparedness in advance of Hurricane Earl, which is expected to begin impacting the state around midnight Friday, Sept. 3. Areas of impact, Baldacci said late Thursday, are expected to be coastal Hancock and Washington counties, with a potential for tropical storm waves and winds between 38 and 73 mph. Baldacci ...

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