It appears to be a foregone conclusion that New Jersey will bear the brunt of Hurricane Sandy as the storm is forecast to make landfall somewhere north of Cape May. The current storm track puts the eye of the storm directly over Central New York later this week.
Hurricane Sandy is shaping up to be a storm of historic proportions. Power companies from across the United States are converging on the Northeast Coast to help restore electric services following the onslaught of the storm.
Hurricane Sandy is mere hours away from the Northeast Coast and chances are, if you're out now, you'll be riding out the storm where you are. Subway, commuter railroad and bus services have been suspended in major metropolitan areas across the region.
As Hurricane Sandy bears down on the northeast, the lines that bring cable television, as well as phone and internet service, may be brought down by high winds. Time Warner Cable has provided the following advice should your cable go out.
If you have travel plans on Amtrak be advised that the train service has cancelled Northeast Corridor service due to Hurricane Sandy starting at 7 this evening (Sunday) and continuing through tomorrow, Monday. Greyhound Bus has also cancelled several routes due to impending storm.