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National Hurricane Center

National Hurricane Center
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  • Hurricane Sandy update: Storm strengthens, could strike Delmarva

    Hurricane Sandy update: Storm strengthens, could strike Delmarva
    Hurricane Sandy is a category 2 storm with 105 mph winds, and though it will be weaker than that five days from now, it could wreak havoc anywhere from the Delmarva Peninsula to Cape Cod, an increasing number of models are showing. The storm is still...
  • Forecasts show Hurricane Sandy could strike Md.

    Forecasts show Hurricane Sandy could strike Md.
    Weather forecasters are warning the mid-Atlantic and Northeast to brace for possible tropical storm-force winds, heavy rains and even snow early next week as Hurricane Sandy appears increasingly likely to strike somewhere between the Delmarva peninsula...
  • Hurricane Sandy weakens but still on track for damaging Delmarva strike

    Hurricane Sandy weakens but still on track for damaging Delmarva strike
    Hurricane Sandy has weakened with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph as of 2 p.m., but it is still expected to be a massive and powerful system for the next several days that could strike the Delmarva peninsula at hurricane strength and cause hundreds of...
  • Harford advises Havre de Grace residents to evacuate in advance of Sandy; schools closed Monday

    Harford advises Havre de Grace residents to evacuate in advance of Sandy; schools closed Monday
    Harford County government continued to ramp up its preparations for Hurricane Sandy on Sunday, advising residents of low lying areas of the city of Havre de Grace to consider evacuating their homes in anticipation of the tropical storm's landfall in the...
  • Residents warned to be prepared to lose electricity

    Residents warned to be prepared to lose electricity
    Utility and emergency response officials prepared for the worst Friday as Hurricane Sandy churned northward, readying for nearly a foot of rain, hurricane- or tropical storm-force winds, and power outages that could number in the hundreds of thousands....
  • Sandy briefly weakens; flood watch issued for Md.

    Sandy briefly weakens; flood watch issued for Md.
    The National Weather Service’s 2 p.m. update shows Hurricane Sandy producing tropical storm-force winds in the Atlantic as it nears Carolinas. The storm is still about 300 miles off the coast of Charleston, S.C., with tropical storm conditions...
  • Maryland braces for Sandy

    Maryland braces for Sandy
    As the eye of Hurricane Sandy loomed over the waters some 500 miles southeast of Washington and the monster storm churned toward the Mid-Atlantic coast at 15 miles per hour, Marylanders braced Sunday for the arrival of a weather system some forecasters...
  • 11 p.m. forecast: Sandy looms for MidAtlantic

    11 p.m. forecast: Sandy looms for MidAtlantic
    The National Hurricane Center said in its 11 p.m. update that Hurricane Sandy continues to track northeast along the East Coast, with forecasters predicting few changes in strength for a storm expected to begin punishing the region later Sunday. The...
  • 11 p.m. forecast: Sandy continues course toward land

    11 p.m. forecast: Sandy continues course toward land
    Hurricane Sandy churned about 290 miles off the Mid-Atlantic coast Sunday night, with the National Hurricane Center reporting that the monster storm was expected to come ashore with near-hurricane-force winds and potentially "life-threatening" storm surge...
  • Local captain baffled by HMS Bounty accident

    When Jan Miles got word that HMS Bounty, the famed ceremonial tall ship, had sunk off the coast of North Carolina in the monster Hurricane Sandy early Monday morning, he felt profoundly the loss of a historic vessel — and worried over the possible...
  • National Hurricane Center may change warning criteria after Sandy

    National Hurricane Center may change warning criteria after Sandy
    The National Hurricane Center may loosen the criteria it uses in issuing hurricane warnings so that future storms like Superstorm Sandy would prompt the same alerts as if they were still officially classified as hurricanes, according to AccuWeather.com....
  • Sandy tests Md. emergency preparations

    Sandy tests Md. emergency preparations
    Baltimore emergency officials expected devastation on par with Hurricane Katrina. Expecting Hurricane Sandy to knock out communications, they coordinated with local radio to broadcast public safety information and planned a "carrier pigeon" network that...