French Toast Alert level raised to SEVEREWritten by William Brokhof on February 7th, 2013
For a minute I thought I had an original funny thought, but when I Googled around a bit I found HubBub beat me to the punch. I was just sitting at my desk chuckling at all the people running around stocking up on bread, eggs and milk. Then again, who will have the last laugh tomorrow when they wake up? I’ll be grumbling and crunching cold cereal thinking of all that warm, sweet French Toast being made around the city.
A DANGEROUS WINTER STORM WILL BE AFFECTING SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND SUNDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY. LOW PRESSURE WILL INTENSIFY OFF THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST SUNDAY MORNING THEN BECOME A VERY INTENSE STORM AS IT PASSES JUST SOUTHEAST OF NANTUCKET MONDAY MORNING. THE LOW SHOULD PULL AWAY LATER MONDAY BUT VERY WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE INTO TUESDAY. A MODERATING TEMPERATURE TREND WILL DEVELOP DURING MIDWEEK AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS ACROSS THE EASTERN SEABOARD.