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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Top Hurricane Sandy (2012) Articles

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  • Weather pattern keeps Central Florida on warm side

    Weather pattern keeps Central Florida on warm side
    Central Florida likely will see fewer arctic blasts than normal this winter – because a "progressive" pattern is in place, the National Weather Service said. "The arctic air masses don't really have a chance to penetrate south into our area," said...
  • Chris Christie's style colors presidential prospects

    BOCA RATON, Fla. Suddenly, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a Republican miracle worker. For the moment, the Republican establishment is looking past his temper, the George Washington Bridge scandal, his state's budget problems and the uneasy feeling...
  • Special Report: Why metro Houston fears the next big storm

    By Duff Wilson, Ryan McNeill and Deborah J. Nelson GALVESTON, Texas (Reuters) - When Hurricane Ike hit this city on the Gulf of Mexico, William Merrell found himself trapped in a second-floor apartment as storm waters coursed eight feet deep through...
  • New York braces for flooding as warming trend follows epic snowstorm

    New York braces for flooding as warming trend follows epic snowstorm
    Even though her street was buried under 3 feet of snow, Jean Ulrich considered herself lucky so far. The octogenarian and lifelong resident of Bowmansville, just outside Buffalo, has seen lots of snow before — but never, she said, like last week....
  • Photographers taking their shoots into the water

    Photographers taking their shoots into the water
    Beneath the water's surface, the bride-to-be's pink gown flowed around her as she posed for engagement photos. She let her lengthy tulle skirt and her long dark hair float as the groom-to-be pulled her in for an underwater kiss. Then, flash!...
  • Why did Florida escape hurricanes for 9 years?

    Why did Florida escape hurricanes for 9 years?
    A combination of strong wind shear, dry air and Saharan dust over tropical regions allowed Florida to escape a hurricane strike for a record ninth season, experts say. In addition, a dome of high pressure over the western Atlantic called the Bermuda...
  • Trip to Yankee Stadium could still provide an upbeat ending to a largely disappointing season for Lehigh

    Trip to Yankee Stadium could still provide an upbeat ending to a largely disappointing season for Lehigh
    Lehigh football coach Andy Coen agreed with someone's assessment that it was the perfect storm. No, this storm isn't about 60 inches of snow in Buffalo or one that knocked out power along the Jersey coast for weeks like Superstorm Sandy in 2012....
  • Discovery of New Jersey shipwreck remains could be significant

    BRICK TOWNSHIP, N.J. — The remains of a shipwreck buried beneath 20 feet of sand recently unearthed by crews rebuilding a seawall in the Normandy Beach section of this Ocean County municipality may be a historically significant treasure. State...
  • 'Do AC' marketing group asks to disband

    'Do AC' marketing group asks to disband
    ATLANTIC CITY - Is Do AC done? The Atlantic City Alliance — the $30 million-a-year, casino funded, legislatively mandated marketing organization — appears headed for extinction. The alliance board, composed solely of casino executives,...
  • Review: 'The Stranger' by Chuck Todd

    Review: 'The Stranger' by Chuck Todd
    The march of events during Barack Obama's presidency has been a lot like that scene in "Dude, Where's My Car?" when Ashton Kutcher orders garlic chicken at a drive-thru window, and the attendant asks, "And then?" White rice. "And then?" And wonton soup....
  • Divest from fossil fuels now [Letter]

    Divest from fossil fuels now [Letter]
    What good news! The morning after more than 400,000 activists turned out to protest climate change, major philanthropies pledged to divest from fossil fuel ("Philanthropies, including Rockefellers, and investors pledge $50 billion fossil fuel divestment,"...