Tracking SandyPosted Oct 27, 2012 Josh Poland | 0 comments
All eyes will be focused on Hurricane Sandy. Sandy was downgraded to a tropical storm earlier this morning but has regained hurricane strength. The remnants from Sandy will likely cause major problems for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast U.S. with flooding and damaging winds. Here in Ohio, we’ll see some wind from Sandy starting as early as Sunday night. Winds could gust at times around 50 mph Sunday night through Wednesday. We’ll also see some rain from Sandy starting Monday and possibly some snow mixing in with the rain. It’s too early to give specific snowfall projections, but it’s possible we could see an accumulating snow in central Ohio and several inches in extreme eastern Ohio. We’ll keep a close eye on this storm!