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Monomoy Regional in conjunction with Massachusetts Special Olympics, hosted the eighth annual School Day Games. The school hosted Special Olympic athletes from across Cape Cod. Athletes participated in fall sports skills including: Flag Football, Cheerleading, Soccer and more!

Great photos including many athletes and Monomoy School Resource Officer Tom Clarke.
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So the good news is that Hurricane Joaquin is going to make a right turn and head out to sea. We will experience some higher than average surf but should otherwise come away unscathed.

It will rain and there will be wind over the next few hours but nothing that we as hearty New Englanders have not experienced. If Hurricane Joaquin changes course again and heads towards Cape Cod we will update everyone.
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Confidence continues to increase in a forecast track that will keep Joaquin well offshore of the East Coast. At 8 am Friday morning, Joaquin remains a powerful Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph and a central pressure of 937 mb or 27.67 inches. The center of Joaquin was located about 30 miles north northeast of Clarence Long Island in the central Bahamas and was moving very slowly to the northwest at 3 mph. A turn to the north will continue today and Joaquin will finally move away from the Bahamas tonight and Saturday. Very heavy rainfall is still expected across the Southeast as the developing storm system focuses a stream of tropical moisture. Flash Flood watches are in effect into the weekend from northeastern Georgia and eastern Tennessee east across all of North and South Carolina and north across Virginia and parts of Maryland including the Washington-Baltimore corridor. Some local areas have already received sufficient rain to initiate flooding, with some flood warnings and advisories in effect. Along the mid Atlantic and Northeast coasts, persistent onshore flow this week continues to cause minor to moderate coastal flooding during high tides. Please follow your local NWS forecast offices for local details and regarding this fresh water and coastal flooding.

6 days ago

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