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Good Monday 30 October, 2012.  America awakens to historic aftermath of what is being called a ‘Superstorm, Hurricane, Post Tropical Cyclone” Sandy.  However you refer to Sandy, this weather system is historic, deadly, devastating, and will cost billions.  

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“Disaster Survivor Assistance”


“President Obama Urges Caution for Those in the Path of Hurricane Sandy”

We also want to make sure you have the latest guidance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Here are their up-to-the-minute recommendations:

  • Follow the direction of local officials – If told to evacuate, do so immediately.
  • Know the forecast in your area – Continue to monitor your NOAA Weather Radio and your local news for severe weather updates, warnings and watches. Follow your forecast at on your computer or on your phone.
  • Turn around, don’t drown – The potential for heavy rains can also lead to flooding, or flash flooding in some areas.  Driving through a flooded area can be extremely hazardous.
  • Make final preparations – If you’re further inland, now is the time to make final preparations.  Be ready for power outages and stock up on emergency supplies of food, water, medications, and other supplies.
  • Check on your neighbor – Make sure they’re ready, too.
  • Finding shelters: Download the Red Cross Hurricane app, visit the Red Cross web site, or check your local media outlets.  You should also register on theRed Cross Safe and Well website, a secure and easy-to-use online tool that helps families connect during emergencies. Finally, you can download theFEMA smartphone app or text SHELTER and your Zip Code to 43362 (4FEMA).  Standard rates apply
  • Donate blood: If you’re not in an affected area, please consider donating blood, because numerous blood drives have been canceled as a result of the storm.  To schedule a blood donation or for more information about giving blood or platelets, visit or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

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“Sandy Coverage From The Weather Channel”

Published on Oct 28, 2012 by 

NEW Live stream:

“We’re experiencing technical difficulties with our live stream. Please visit the following links for the most up-to-date information on Hurricane Sandy:
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Get the latest breaking news and information on the storm as it impacts the east coast.

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“‘I think the losses will be almost incalculable,’ New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says”


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