‘Historic’ Sandy nears East Coast; residents brace for ‘Frankenstorm’

by Blogburger on October 28, 2012

Hurricane Sandy continued its angry advance toward the East Coast today, loaded with high winds and driving rain that threaten to cut power to millions and bring havoc for some of the nation’s most densely populated areas. The storm, centered about 250 miles southeast of North Carolina’s coast, remained a Category 1 hurricane with a wind speed of 75 mph. according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest report at 11 a.m. today. • FULL COVERAGE: Tracking Sandy • RELATED: Michigan travelers can change flight plans to avoid Hurricane Sandy The hurricane center also reported that Sandy is expected to bring life-threatening storm surge flooding to the Mid-Atlantic coast, including Long…

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