During the last week of October, the National Weather Service made increasingly alarming predictions about the path of Hurricane Sandy. After causing deaths and severe property damage in Haiti and Cuba, the Frankenstorm, as some called this Halloween-week hurricane, was expected to travel up the Atlantic coast of the United States. The Atlantic coast experiences storms following this path from time to time. But this was not to be an ordinary event. As computer models further warned, after pummeling the southern Atlantic coast from off-shore, Sandy would turn sharply toward the mid-Atlantic coast and cause tidal surges, flooding and high winds as it made landfall.
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