At this time, 2:20 pm EDT, the tracks have come into better agreement and it appears that Sandy will landfall somewhere in New Jersey. Somewhere from North New Jersey, GFS Model to Southern New Jersey, Euro model. I may have the models mixed up, but you can still get the picture. Your area in New Hampshire should get wind and rain. Just check your local NWS Forecast and that's your best bet. This is a very unusual Storm and some of the wind and rain forecasts will be a bit off. But if you plan for more rain and higher wind speeds you should be okay.
Don't spend valuable time looking at Sandy moving mile by mile. Get all of you Storm Preparations completed and then you can watch Sandy.
This is a mixed post and not totally a Forecast post.~danielw
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