Sandy: New York devastation mapped BBC
The Sandy Storm Surge: Is This What Climate Change Will Look Like? Atlantic
Did Climate Change Cause Hurricane Sandy? Scientific American (Richard Smith)
Sandy’s Power Blackouts Could Last Beyond U.S. Election: Energy Bloomberg and Power Outages May Last More Than a Week Wall Street Journal
How To Get Around New York City in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy ABC
Borrowers hit by Sandy may get relief MarketWatch
Councilman Pushes For Charges Against Twitter User Who Spread Falsehoods BuzzFeed (Richard Smith). This is Sandy related…more background here: Hurricane Sandy, @ComfortablySmug, and The Flood of Social Media Misinformation Forbes/
For Years, Warnings That It Could Happen Here New York Times
NASA Examines Hurricane Sandy as it Affects the Eastern U.S.
On Monday, Oct. 29, Hurricane Sandy was ravaging the Mid-Atlantic with heavy rains and tropical storm force winds as it closed in for landfall. Earlier, NASA's CloudSat satellite passed over Hurricane Sandy and its radar dissected the storm get a profile or sideways look at the storm. NASA's Aqua satellite provided an infrared view of the cloud tops and NOAA's GOES-13 satellite showed the extent of the storm. The National Hurricane Center reported at 11 a.m. EDT on Oct. 29 that Hurricane Sandy is "expected to bring life-threatening storm surge and coastal hurricane winds plus heavy Appalachian snows."
NASA's TRMM Satellite Analyzes Hurricane Sandy in 3-D
NASA's Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission, or TRMM satellite can measure rainfall rates and cloud heights in tropical cyclones, and was used to create an image to look into Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 28, 2012. Owen Kelly of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. created this image of Hurricane Sandy using TRMM data.