Hurricane/Snowstorm Mix Could Hit East Coast


storm-weather-watchDon’t be fooled by the mild fall temperatures, East Coast. A snowstorm/hurricane hybrid could be headed this way.

Hurricane Sandy is expected to impact the area between Florida and Maine next week, and with a predicted snow storm, the region might be in for a rare weather scenario. There is potential for several inches of snowfall on or around New York City, and with a potential 3.4 impact, one meteorologist has called Sandy “a potential billion-dollar storm for the Mid-Atlantic and New England.”

The Wall Street Journal’s weather blog predicts two-out-of-three odds that Greater New York will be significantly impacted by the storm. Time to unpack those winter jackets, New Yorkers. Read it at The Wall Street Journal.

{Andy Heller – Newscenter}


  1. #1: More likely it has something to do with weather services alway screaming “the sky is falling” (pun intended) in order to garner more viewers.


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