Hurricane Sandy Now Known as Superstorm Sandy

by EMP Editor on October 30, 2012

Hurricane Sandy has come to an end and is now being referred to as “Superstorm Sandy”.  Either way, in regards to damaging winds, coastal flooding, etc. “Superstorm Sandy” will have the same impact as Hurricane Sandy.

As of 8 AM this morning nearly 8 million customers were reported to be without power across 15 states and the District of Columbia.  Thousands more found themselves in shelters.  And, sadly, 30 lives in the United States and one in Canada were lost.

While one can only do so much to prepare for a hurricane, some things are just out of our hands. Our thoughts are with all those affected.

Source: cnn.com, weather.com

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