Sandy Makes Landfall – Apocalyptic Natural Disaster

At 7 p.m. EDT, Hurricane Sandy made landfall about 30 miles east-northeast of Cape May, New Jersey. At the time it was moving toward the west-northwest at 28 mph.

Sandy is now a post-tropical cyclone, having lost its tropical characteristics. It remains a dangerous storm, with maximum sustained winds of 85 mph.

Multiple reports of homes and buildings collapse all along the coastal cities. This storm will be an Apocalyptic natural disaster.

Numerous coastal and inland watches and warnings are in effect for much of the mid-Atlantic states and New England.

Sandy will continue to pose a significant threat to coastal areas in terms of high winds, storm surge and coastal flooding and heavy snow for the Appalachians.

See the statements being issued by local National Weather Service offices, for the details.