Hurricane Sandy: Part III

This afternoon, Hurricane Sandy has a minimum central pressure of 940mb and sustained winds of 90 mph. It has begun it’s northwestward and eventually westward path into southern New Jersey. Over 60 million people will be affected by this storm, and from the reports of damage and flooding coming in out of Atlantic City, this hurricane could be one of the costliest and most devastating hurricanes to make landfall on the eastern seaboard. Sandy will make landfall this evening. Flooding, surge, and hurricane force winds will be the major factors with this storm. If you have not evacuated, please be safe and hunker down for the long haul tonight. This is a dangerous storm. I will be back with updates tonight following the landfall of Hurricane Sandy.

Stay Tuned and Be SAFE

Meteorologist Mack

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