The situation being experienced by the United States and how extensive damage is leaving again to reopen the confusion that exists to differentiate the two phenomena.
Superstorm Sandy, starting as a lowly wave, evolved into the biggest hurricane on the Atlantic recorded to date.
When the National Hurricane Center declared Sandy a “post-tropical storm” just before it made landfall, a lot of homeowners across New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Maryland may have saved a lot of money. The governors of these states have told insurance companies that because the storm was not classified as a hurricane, the insurers can’t enforce costly hurricane deductibles on storm-related claims.
Many of us in Cambridge, Maryland breathed a sigh of relief the day after Hurricane Sandy’s visit, especially after hearing about the widespread devastation it left in New Jersey and elsewhere. Nonetheless, I would like to share some pictures for you taken after Sandy traveled further west then north.