Sandy: The Making of Superstorm

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On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy blasted New York and New Jersey.  The storm altered our coastlines and our lives.  It would take weeks to get the power back, months to clean up the debris, years to rebuild our homes, and a lifetime our mourning continues for those lost at sea.


Meteorologists Craig Allen, Linda Church and Mr. G break down what made the storm so power, and how we can prepare for another superstorm.

Sandy was different

Breaches, barrier islands, and dunes

What made Sandy a SUPERSTORM?

Forecasting a superstorm

Will it happen again?

Rebuilding and preparing for next time

Global Warming



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