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Note: Scroll down to read the latest on what's happening in the tropics. The tropics are quiet, but a strong nor'easter is forecast to affect many areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy last week. I posted several articles to the blog on Sandy, and I'm still working on getting my journal up to date at Greg's Weather Center:
- Nor’easter Threatens Storm Weary Jersey
- Signs Of Progress, But It Is Still A Long Road
- More Trouble On The Horizon For Northeast?
- Sandy's Remains Still Spinning
- Cost From Superstorm Sandy Will Surpass Katrina
- Hurricaneville Storm Footage–October 29, 2012–Sandy Comes To Town
- GWC Photo Gallery--Hurricane Sandy--October 27-30, 2012
- Devastation Across Jersey Mindboggling
- Facts From Superstorm Sandy
- Sandy Truly A Superstorm Of Epic Proportions
- Hurricaneville Storm Footage–October 29, 2012–Hurricane Sandy’s Waves Pound Raritan Bay
- Hurricaneville Storm Footage–October 28, 2012–Sandy Stirs Up The Waves In Raritan Bay
- Past Storms In Current Location of Sandy
- Longest Lasting Atlantic Storms
- Remembering Irene One Year Later
- Hurricane Irene Ranked Seventh Costliest Hurricane Ever
- Saffir-Simpson Scale Gets Tweaked
- Hurricane Irene Is Retired From Storm Names List
- This Date in Hurricaneville History
- Hurricaneville City Database
- Atlantic Storm Names (2012-2017)
- Eastern Pacific Storm Names (2012-2017)
- Revised Saffir-Simpson Scale
- View the updated Hurricaneville Almanac
The timing couldn't be any more worse for those living in the Garden State, especially along the Jersey Shore. With the clean-up and recovery still trying to gain momentum in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, forecasts are indicating another problem on the horizon for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. A nor'easter is projected to impact the area on Wednesday into Thursday.
The most recent model runs indicate that the storm is going to track east of the area and give a glancing blow, but forecasters are watching this storm closely, and things could change. Some models indicate that the storm could bring the first significant snow of the season with up to 8 inches of the white stuff, and the heaviest snowfall occurring during rush hour on Wednesday. See details.
View photos and video from the onslaught and damage by the storm in Northern Middlesex County. Read recent articles on how Sandy is an epic Superstorm for the record books as well as facts on the storm, and thoughts on the devastation across New Jersey. View the latest outlooks from the NHC.
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