October 27, 2012
Hurricane Sandy remains on track to become a historical storm with places from Washington, D.C., and Norfolk, Va., to Boston bracing for catastrophic impacts.
The worst of Sandy will be Monday through Tuesday, but the Southeast coast is already feeling the effects of the hurricane.
An overview of the catastrophic impacts that await the mid-Atlantic and southern New England can be found in this news story, while below are more detailed impact stories for specific cities and communities.
Updates on Sandy:
11:00 a.m. EDT: Sandy has changed little in strength in the past three hours with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph. The center of Sandy is located about 355 miles southeast of Charleston, S.C.
9:57 a.m. EDT: Evidence that Hurricane Sandy is a large storm: Charleston, S.C., and Bermuda are seeing from from Sandy despite being separated by 900 miles.
9:30 a.m. EDT AccuWeather.com meteorologists are now concerned that all of Delaware, southern New Jersey and southeastern Pennsylvania–including Philadelphia–will be inundated with more than 8 inches of rain from Sandy.
8:00 a.m. EDT: Sandy regains hurricane strength after weakening briefly to a tropical storm.
Site-Specific Detailed Impact Stories