Oct 252012
 
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Sandy blow past the forecast models and became category 2 storm overnight. Sandy was only supposed to be a temporary category 1 storm. While there should still be plenty of rain, it looks like the worst winds, sustained in excess of 50 knots, should stay offshore.

50 knot wind probability from Hurricane Sandy - National Hurricane Center

50 knot wind probability from Hurricane Sandy – National Hurricane Center

It will be wet and windy. It already is. It’s important to keep checking the forecasts because hurricane paths can change.

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