The Effects of Hurricane Sandy

Even though the North East Coast is the main path of Hurricane Sandy everyone on the east coast is seeing the effects. Add in a few cold fronts coming down from Canada and the mix can be very unpleasant. We are seeing rain and colder temps than we’d like for the end of October. Just over the border to the north of us, Kentucky is slated to receive snow. How much is still unclear. A mere dusting to a couple of inches possible. I’ve thought it looked like snow here for the last few days, but it hasn’t been cold enough for that just yet. Let’s hope it doesn’t get to that point.

But we cannot forget those in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The flooding. The power outages. The strong winds. The predicted states of emergencies that the governors are already calling for. We are all concerned for your well fare and hope that you come away from this experience unharmed.

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