Tuesday October 30, 2012
By Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator, Tuesday October 30, 2012
The Devastating Hurricane Sandy
Noah mistaken as trick-or-treater during hurricane Sandy
Considering some of the contrasting factors of the Hurricane Sandy, it has been named as Frankenstorm. This storm features horrible magnitude and this is something that has stimulated its rage. It is expected to affect as many as 60 million people from North Carolina to New England this time. As noted by scientists, there seems to be an adverse, timely twist in the entire situation.
The full moon seems to aggravate the Halloween superstorm. After watching the pictures of New York City area, where flooding has already unwrap the disaster, one thing is confirmed that the upcoming situation will be terrible than the worse.
It has been anticipated that tonight in the form of a Category 1 hurricane, Sandy would make landfall on the New Jersey coast with winds as fast as 75 miles (120 kilometers) an hour.
Due to a harsh flow of the storm, Hurricane Sandy will bring the most devastating effects. A heap of water would pile up and with the force of storm’s winds; it will be pushed ahead.
As reported by Keith Blackwell, a meteorologist at the University of South Alabama’s Coastal Weather Research Center, “I think it will be catastrophic, to tell the truth. I’ve never seen anything like it that far north that takes such a hard westward turn into a major metropolitan area”. (Source: French Tribune)