Storm Sandy about to make landfall on New Jersey coast: U.S. National Hurricane Center
(Reuters) - Massive storm Sandy is on the verge of making landfall along the south New Jersey coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Monday.
Sandy, a huge storm system, is now considered a "post-tropical cyclone," meaning it still has hurricane-force winds but lost the characteristics of a tropical storm.
(Reporting by Kevin Gray; editing Christopher Wilson)
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