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One of the driving forces behind Hurricane Sandy pinwheeling toward the northwest is something called the "Fujiwhara effect".
If Hurricane Sandy hits the East Coast, it won’t be right to call it a hurricane any more. Or even a tropical storm.
As the East Coast tracks Hurricane Sandy's path, the storm is a truly unusual event that commands our attention.
A rare combination of factors may steer Hurricane Sandy into the Northeast as early as this Saturday.
Computer models show that Hurricane Sandy may threaten the Northeast in the form of a powerful nor'easter.
Tropical Storm Sandy could become a massive storm that pummels the East Coast, or it move harmlessly out to sea.
"Perfect storm" scenario may loom for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast as tropical storm Sandy develops in the Caribbean.
As far as drought-stricken states go, Nebraska is at the top, having seen its driest July-to-Sept. period on record.