Waves crashing at the seswall in Scituate. pic.twitter.com/6B4DpqVvEq— Doug Cope (@dcopewbz) March 13, 2018
SCUTUATE, MA (WBZ-AM) -- High tide has come and gone without the flooding we saw in the last two Nor'easters.
However, the waves crashed against the seawall, the wind blew a gale in from the Northeast, but the Sand Hills waterfront neighborhood stood tall.
Salt spray coming up between houses at Sand Hills in Scituate at high tide. pic.twitter.com/C6b6oA9IaV— Doug Cope (@dcopewbz) March 13, 2018
No massive flooding like we've seen in the the last few storms.
Some splash over in the usual spots lots of salt spray. Tammi Stanton runs the sand hills general store
"We're barring up well, getting a little tired of it but it's ok we're open for people," Stanton said
"Last time, we did flood a lot. It comes in from the back and it creeps back up but we have the sandbags up just in case," she said
Fortunately, the ocean has been kept at bay at least this time around.
WBZ NewsRadio1030's Doug Cope reports.