Superstorm Headed to the Northeast!

Hurricane Sandy is now headed north, and is expected to hit the northeast coast of the US sometime on Tuesday-Wednesday, just in time for Halloween. Models show that the storm is likely to interact with a strong cold front headed towards the northeast from the west, leading to intensification.

Information on the storm and storm track is available from the NOAA Hurricane Center and Wunderground.


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