Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal is already overflowing.
Probably down, unless up.
An important announcement from journalist Brian Stelter, live-tweeting from the Delaware coast as Hurricane Sandy approaches.
The Great White Spot was as tall as North America and long enough to wrap several times around the Earth, and it raised the temperature in one part of the atmosphere by more than 150 degrees.
Mass evacuations, closed transit, terrified populace -- Hurricane Sandy is here, and like another massive threat encroaching on us, there's just one question: What damage will be done?
Mismanagement and funding cuts may soon make it harder to predict future storms.
Hurricane Sandy should make landfall Monday night, probably somewhere near Delaware. What should you read to gauge how panicked you're supposed to be?
Yesterday, Tropical Storm Sandy became a hurricane. And this morning, NOAA updated its forecast track: It's now a hurricane plus snow plus a nor'easter, and it's headed for New York City.
I guess that headline was a little over the top.
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