Hurricane Sandy Southern New England impact graphics
Hurricane Sandy is very likely heading to the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast coast early next week. While the exact track remains somewhat uncertain, we have been able to narrow the focus considerably in the past two days. Check out the graphics below (click to enlarge) for the storm’s impacts in Southern New England based on the different track scenarios. All three scenarios are based on the National Hurricane Forecast of Sandy being an 80 mph hurricane at landfall. In any scenario there are significant impacts in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut – especially near the coast.
All three scenarios are still in play. The northern most (worst-case) scenario for Southern New England is the least likely track right now.
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So helpful, Fred. Thanks so much for all this information. There are weather reports everywhere but your ability to distill it into easy-to-understand information is why this is the only website I’m trusting.
Roger that, Jill.