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Sandy is expected to bring winds gusts of up to 60 mph, but it’s the flooding that weather experts are really worried about. From the AP:
[Meteorologists] said Sunday that water threatens the most lives and is likely to cause substantial property damage. They fear storm surge amped by waves and the full moon. Up to a foot of rain should trigger inland and flash flooding.
In some areas of New York, the storm surge could be 15 feet above sea level.
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