NewsOctober 29, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Walloping East Coast With Surge, Winds

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Hurricane Sandy is wreaking havoc on the East Coast, shutting down airports, downing trees and power lines, and producing what may be a devastating storm surge toward the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts, including New York City. Here are some of the latest details on the storm with our Storify.

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Helpful links for following the storm:
National Weather Service Storm Central 
Climate Central Surging Seas Mapping Tool
New York Times Live Blog
Capital Weather Gang blog

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