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Hurricane Sandy #1032924

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 26, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The movement of superstorm Hurricane Sandy up the East coast introduced; weather map shown.

(Miami: Sam Champion) The state of emergency ahead of the storm featured; scenes from the Miami shore, weather maps, clouds from space shown; details given about extreme conditions: wind, rain, snow, tides. [AccuWeather Meteorologist Bernie RAYNO†- calls it a once in a lifetime storm.]

(Cocoa Beach, Florida: Ginger Zee) The power of the hurricane examined; NOAA hurricane energy statistics cited.

(Sea Bright, New Jersey: Linsey Davis) The East coast defense for power outages from the coming storm with concerns about storm surge reviewed.

Sawyer, Diane;
Champion, Sam;
Zee, Ginger;
Davis, Linsey

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