Weather Alert!!: Hurricane Sandy Coverage.
As of 11:00am ET; ZachNews has the latest information from the National Hurricane Center on Hurricane Sandy:
– Name of Hurricane or Tropical Storm:
– Winds of Hurricane or Tropical Storm:
Hurricane Sandy winds are at 75 mph.
– Pressure of Hurricane or Tropical Storm:
Hurricane Sandy pressure is at 958 mb.
– Direction of Hurricane or Tropical Storm:
Hurricane or Tropical Storm is moving to the north northeast at 9 mph.
For more weather updates on on Hurricane Sandy, please head to the National Hurricane Center website at: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov
State Of Emergencies have been declared for 6 states including New York, New Jersey, and Washington DC because of Hurricane Sandy.
Voluntary Evacuation and Mandatory Evacuations have been declared in many states in the path of Hurricane Sandy.
Major power outages, heavy rain, gusty winds, high surf, and flooding will occur because of Hurricane Sandy.
Major transportation lines, tunnels, and bridges in New York and New Jersey will be affected by Hurricane Sandy.
People living in South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington DC, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Maine should have their emergency kit ready, have important items ready packed up, and an emergency plan ready in case weather conditions changes or when emergency crews order you and you family to leave the area.
Please use caution when driving on the roads and stay tuned to your local news outlets for news updates and for where to go to for safety.
Please stay away from flooded roads, channels, washes, creeks, and rivers.
Do not touch down utility lines because you can get electrocuted.
Be ready for power outages because of Hurricane Sandy. Please make sure to have batteries, flash lights, and radios ready for Hurricane Sandy.
Please make sure to have food, warm clothes, heavy duty shoes, sleeping bags, toilet paper, and drinking water ready for Hurricane Sandy.
Stay tuned to ZachNews for more information regarding Hurricane Sandy.