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Hard look -- and watch this story a super storm heading toward the East Coast hurricane sandy one of three major weather systems.
That might combined to create one major storm and if so.
It will take aim at one of the most densely populated areas of the country on the East Coast.
Now concerns it could hammer areas hit hard by Hurricane Irene that was in August of 2011 crews are now getting ready for that have a listen.
Just taken precautions and 75 yards off the river full -- for -- full moon -- hurricane but wind.
It's going to come just matter how much.
You get cinder blocks we put stuff upstairs but -- big stuff for TVs and couches tables.
-- kitchen we move this case the water gets super duper.
-- as prepared as you can.
There's only so many things that you can do -- that and we hope and pray that the storm goes east.
Those folks in Florida Janice Dean in the Fox News extreme weather center where she will stay.
And until Tuesday or Wednesday of next we are witnessing day -- -- see right now engine well as you mentioned we've got -- -- a lot of things coming together we've got kind of an atmosphere traffic -- that's gonna allow for this storm system.
To move northward and then back up into the coast.
This is the Arctic cold front that's gonna kind of breakdown as it moves eastward and that's what allowed this system to move westward.
So right now -- hurricane eighty miles per hour this is sandy.
And it's going to become extra tropical we're gonna have -- tropical storm.
Inside of a nor'easter if you can believe it that is what we are dealing with the perfect storm.
So hurricane -- right now still thinking it's gonna be a category one storm over the next several days -- that hugs the coast line.
And then as an issue we've got that cold front that's gonna break down and allow for the system to backtrack.
And back -- its way into the northeast the heaviest populated port are really in the country from DC through Philadelphia.
And New York you need to be on alert because we -- going to see winds.
Miles per hour pounding for hours.
High seas rip currents beach erosion heavy rain flooding and storm surge is going to be an issue there's a huge storm.
So -- 300 miles away from the center of the storm gale force winds.
Piling water up against the shore if this is Long Island that's gonna cause some big problems.
High winds trees power lines down we could have millions without power for days if not weeks if this proves to.
Verify what we are dealing with right now in terms of the computer models.
Property damage likely transportation.
-- I -- they shut down the subway system in New York I predict they will do the same.
And again this could be a long duration.
-- which has caused this massive massive problems for such a heavily populated area.
Bill -- a good -- now.
See that's not a balanced I I I I've I wish I had everything you know my best thing is I just want people to prepare for the -- -- point and hope that I am wrong.
Thank you Janice -- happy Halloween it's true.
So how much disruption could this cause that is taking aim at a section of these -- it's home nearly 42 million people.
More than 13% of the entire.
US population that's a big one on the radar already so wash machine which way it goes but the warnings -- --
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