East Coast starts to recover after Sandy leaves death, destruction in wake, 6.5M still without power

Published October 31, 2012  FoxNews.com ‘Superstorm’ Sandy damage widespread and severe   Wreckage and power outages from massive superstorm Sandy, which devastated the East Coast this week, could take days or weeks to sort out.   Twenty-four hours after millions on the East Coast awoke to their first glimpse of the devastation from monster storm … Continue reading

Sandy: Haiti fears food shortages after hurricane

  Farmlands in southern Haiti were extensively damaged   Fears are growing of food shortages in Haiti, after the strong winds and heavy rain of Hurricane Sandy caused extensive crop damage. Aid workers and officials are also warning that flooding could lead to a sharp rise in cholera cases. Sandy is blamed for some 70 … Continue reading

NYSE Set to Reopen After Longest Weather Related Shutdown in Over 100 Years

NYSE Set to Reopen After Longest Weather Related Shutdown in Over 100 Years : By Shepard Ambellas theintelhub.com October 30, 2012 LOWER MANHATTAN — The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is set to reopen Wednesday morning from what will be the longest weather related shutdown in more than 100 years. Sandbags still line the waterlogged entrance … Continue reading

Study: Comparing Hurricane Sandy to Hurricane Katrina; New Hurricane Scale Proposed

Study: Comparing Hurricane Sandy to Hurricane Katrina; New Hurricane Scale Proposed – TheWeatherSpace.com   Published on Oct 31, 2012 – 6:05 UT – By TWS Senior Meteorologist – Edited by N/A     (TheWeatherSpace.com) – Hurricane Sandy is different in many ways than Hurricane Katrina and you simply cannot compare the two in terms of … Continue reading

Snow, gale-force winds, hurricane remnants, full moon (high tides): forecasters warn of ‘perfect storm’ scenario

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Snow, gale-force winds, hurricane remnants, full moon (high tides): forecasters warn of ‘perfect storm’ scenario | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond Posted on October 25, 2012 by The Extinction Protocol October 25, 2012 – NEW YORK – Much of the U.S. East Coast has a good chance of getting blasted by gale-force winds, flooding, … Continue reading