UPDATE: Bridges to Saquish Washes Out
High tide came with 20 foot waves that pounded Bert's and Warren Avenue.
UPDATE: 5 p.m. Friday
Land access to Saquish and the Gurnet has been cut off, according to the Plymouth Fire Chief. The last crossover has washed out leaving the peninsula inaccessible by land.
Not much snow has stuck to the ground along Plymouth's coastline, but the waves continue to pound the beaches, homes and roads.
Check here for David Curran's dramatic video of Bert's being submerged and hit with 20 ft. waves.
Warren Avenue was flooded during high tide, but has reopened this morning. Taylor Avenue in Manomet has also flooded.
So far there have been few power outages. The Red Cross continues to keep a shelter open at Memorial Hall for those who need it.
Just after Thursday night's high tide, a Plymouth couple pulled a woman from the surf at White Horse Beach.
The National Weather Service predicts that the snow will turn to rain by this evening, gradually ending after 9 p.m. Saturday will be sunny.