Since people were wondering about me on other blogs I figured I'd better post. We probably got tropical storm force winds but not hurricane force winds here. But don't look at my weather station for info. Its wind gauge has always been broken. Our house never lost power, but my husband is working at home for the second day due to power loss at work.
So there you have it. I survived quite well. Our microburst over the summer hit our section of town much harder. I took a walk yesterday when the sun was out and I saw one street with yellow tape over it. After the mircoburst about half the streets had it. The bike path had two trees down from the soccer fields until Lake street. After the microburst I couldn't count the number since it was so thick with downed trees you couldn't walk through. Our town still has about 4% of the people without power and had about 24% at the height of the storm. That is pretty consistent over eastern Massachusetts. As you can see from those numbers, we didn't get hit very hard. Things are getting back to normal fairly quickly. Our state lost a few things along the coastline, but compared to farther south we are doing just fine.