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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.

  • Jeff Halverson
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  • Oct 29, 2013
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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.

  • Ian Livingston and Kathryn Prociv
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  • Oct 29, 2013
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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.

  • Dennis Mersereau
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  • Oct 28, 2013
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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.

  • Kevin Ambrose
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  • Oct 24, 2013
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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.

  • Jack Williams
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  • Oct 23, 2013
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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.