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Hurricane Sandy: History in the Making

by Monday, October 29, 2012

Commentary:  Hurricane Sandy is fast approaching the east coast and even though it hasn’t made landfall yet it is already being estimated that it will cause at minimum 1 billion dollars worth of damage.  Many people have decided not to act on the mandatory evacuation orders given in New York, thinking they will ride it out… After Katrina, I still cant understand how anyone could opt for that.


Michael Snyder The Economic Collapse October 29th, 2012 Reader Views: 659 Meteorologists are warning that Hurricane Sandy could potentially be the worst storm to hit the east coast of the United States in 100 years.  Do you remember “the perfect storm” back in 1991?  That storm was so bad that Hollywood made a blockbuster movie starring George Clooney about it.  Well, this storm is going to be much worse. When I first heard about Hurricane Sandy, I didn’t make that much of it.  I figured that the east coast would get some wind and some rain and that they […]

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0 I live in the area affected by Sandy and this latest snow storm Charlotte. Some of the weather folks offered an opinion that it too was a hurricane and did have a defined eye for a while. We were fortunate to keep power for both of these storms, I work with folks who are not as lucky. Although these are recent, in the past 5 months, a year prior to Sandy we had a freak winter storm Alfred, which hit before leaves fell. This caused a lot of damaged power lines and we were without power for 2 days,… Read more »