Latest model guidance still keeps storm off shore but has it come inland enough to effect the cape with sustained winds of around 35 mph and gusts possibly up to 50 mph. This storm will develop off in the Atlantic and turn back into the coast as it runs into high pressure to the north.
Above image shows the wind gusts at 1 pm on Monday. You can see eastern Mass and the Cape have gusts from 25-40 knots. This is from the GFS model. The European model also has shifted to a similar solution. As I mentioned in prior posts I still do not see a threat to our forecast area (New Jersey/New York).
Check in again Sunday evening and I will give a final update. In the meantime any changes I will tweet @weatherwilly.