Sandy Barrels Toward the Coast
Category 1 Hurricane Sandy had strengthened to 90 mph by midday Monday and knocked out power to tens of thousands of people. By about 2 p.m., Sandy was about 200 miles southeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
(Photo: AP Photo/Weather Underground)
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