Here is a breakdown.
Cape..........Peak sustained at 40-55mph; gusts to 85+
Boston.......Peak sustained 30-45mph; gusts to 65+
Worcester.......Peak sustained 15-25mph; gusts to 35+
Cape...........Extremely Heavy, Flooding Likely; 4-8"
Boston.........Heavy, Flooding Possible; 2-4"
Worcester.........Light to Moderate at times; Less than 1"___________________________________________________________________
So as you can see, the Cape and southeastern Massachusetts will see much of the action tomorrow. If you are in Vermont this weekend, tomorrow will be a nice day with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 50's. In eastern SNE, highs will only make it into the low-mid 40's with wind chills likely in the upper 30's. Sunday will be much better with everything clearing out and highs getting back into the mid and upper 50's. It will be a good day to clean all the debris out of our yards. Down the Cape, you may have more work to do than the rest of us.
Be safe tomorrow and don't be stupid and go surfing with 85mph winds. I suggest everyone from Boston on SE just stay home and watch the storm from the window. It will be much safer that way. This storm has already killed over 20 people, so be careful.