The latest report on Hurricane Sandy from the National Hurricane Center says landfall is coming in the next 3 to 5 hours. Currently forecasters have the center of the storm hitting extreme southern New Jersey or Central Delaware.
The ravine behind Roosevelt Drive in South Utica is one of the city's most notorious spots for flooding. The city is shoring up the neighborhood defined by the cross streets between Sunset Ave and Roosevelt Drive by clearing storm drains and sandbagging streets.
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.
Atlantic City, NJ (WIBX) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is ordering evacuations of all barrier islands in the state and coastal areas from Sandy Hook to Cape May, New Jersey, including Atlantic City.
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