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Map | Track Hurricane Sandy's Path in Real Time

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Hurricane Sandy is making its way toward New Jersey, though high winds, rain bands and a storm surge of ocean water extend hundreds of miles beyond its center. This map shows the storm's forecast track.

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Comments [9]

Murali Banerjee from Arkansas ( on transit)

Oh God! Please be merciful and save the human lives.

Oct. 30 2012 10:48 PM
person from NY

hope ur all safe..... stay home and get ready here it comes :(

Oct. 29 2012 08:36 PM
Ben from Baltimore

@Jim "D" is "depression," I assume.

Oct. 29 2012 11:26 AM
Jim from Manhattan

Sorry, but what do "H," "S," and "D" stand for? "Hurricane," "Storm," and . . . ? Or something else? Thanks.

Oct. 29 2012 11:14 AM
VMGillen from Elm Park, Staten Island

I just noticed one of the "A" evacuation zones is also the site of a proposed 90-home development. How sick is that? This is also a 9.5 acre freshwater wetlands area... God help the people who buy there! This is also across the street from the Manhattan Project radium dump, at the foot of the Bayonne Bridge.

Oct. 29 2012 09:59 AM
ANDRE from AFRICA

HOPE YOU FOLKS GET THRU WITHOUT ANY LOSS OF LIFE AND SERIOUS DAMAGE.

Oct. 29 2012 08:04 AM
K.

It appears that double click has hijacked portions of this hurricane map. Please fix?

Oct. 29 2012 06:42 AM
Trinket from California

Too bad

Oct. 28 2012 06:44 PM
Sam Kadko from NJ

OI VEY!

Oct. 27 2012 07:16 PM

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