Hurricane Sandy - Full Coverage of a Frankenstorm
The 10th hurricane of the season, Hurricane Sandy is being called a Frankenstorm as it creeps up the East Coast. Take a look at our complete coverage of the storm and basic science explainers.
Officials called for New York City to adapt to future extreme weather in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey's National Guard captured this surreal footage of the the coastal city in New Jersey that was ravaged by the massive storm. - Video by Master Sgt. Mark C. Olsen/108th WG/PA.
The final death toll and cost of Hurricane Sandy is still unknown.
Images capture the storm as it comes ashore overnight and spins inland this morning.
"Superstorm" Sandy is now dumping snow in the central Appalachians.
The theory goes that the energy released by a nuclear bomb detonated just above and ahead of the eye of a storm would heat the cooler air there, disrupting the storm's convection current.
Hurricane expected to make landfall early this evening.
Humans may have a bias for purpose-based thinking that even scientists can’t escape.
From slow breathing to doggie chew toys, here are some tips to keep your household calm during the storm.
This time-lapsed full Earth view of the storm shows the early stages of formation to the full blow devastating storm it is today on October 29th, 2012. Animation from NASA GOES-13 satellite observations.
The International Space Station has returned the latest imagery of the massive storm on October 29th, 2012.
The photos, taken by different satellites, show Hurricane Sandy on the entire disk of Earth, and a nighttime view.
Today's full moon makes high tides 20 percent higher than normal and can amplify Hurricane Sandy's storm surge.