While it might not have been quite as mild as yesterday, today's weather was certainly much better than we saw a year ago!
We examine the science behind the meteorological oddball became the second costliest tropical cyclone ever to strike the United States.
Sandy was a special type of storm. How it came together, and how we watched it do so via weather-sensing technologies, is still mind blowing one year later.
The news coverage surrounding the approach and landfall of Hurricane Sandy was one of those strange times when a major storm actually lived up to the hype, and even exceeded it.
Sandy was a rare tropical beast that not only devastated the coastal areas with high wind, heavy rain and storm surge, but also produced up to three feet of inland snow.
Even if you think trudging up and down several stories in a high-rise without elevators is a good way to get in shape, you should evacuate when threatened by a hurricane.
The anniversary of Superstorm Sandy's landfall doesn't hit until next week. But it was a year ago today that forecasters first saw the makings of a potentially historic event.