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Re: Hurricane Sandy in the Northern Bahamas [Re: MikeC]
      #94115 - Fri Oct 26 2012 04:33 PM

Power Outage Links added relevant to sandy:

Power Outage Maps (roughly south to north)


Florida Power & Light Power Outage Map
Progress Energy Power Outage Map
Florida Road Conditions

Mid-Atlantic & Northeast:

Eastern Carolinas Power outage map
Virginia Power outage map
DelMarva Power outage map
Novec/Northern Virginia Power outage map
Portions Maryland/DC power outage Map
Baltimore area Power outage map
Southern Maryland Power outage map
Southeastern Pennsylvania Outage Map
Atlantic City (Southern New Jersey) Power outage map
Jersey Central Power outage map
Northern New Jersey PSEG outage map
New York City/ConEd Power outage map
Long Island Power outage map
Connecticut Power outage map
CT United Illuminating Outage Map

Rhode Island/Mass Power outage map
New Hampshire Power outage map
Western Mass
Eastern Mass (NStar)

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Re: Hurricane Sandy in the Northern Bahamas [Re: MikeC]
      #94118 - Fri Oct 26 2012 07:49 PM

My mother just sent this to me from Cocoa Beach, FL

She said the waves there are atleast 30 feet above normal... Don't know if that is true or not.

Its looking like its going to miss MA and NH, truth in that? Models are ALL over the place...

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