When Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey around 8 p.m. eastern Monday, it was no longer a hurricane, though still devastating.
Post-tropical cyclone Sandy has caused flooding all along the New Jersey coastline. Quoting a company that tracks natural disasters’ costs, The New York Times says Sandy’s damage is expected to “range from $10 billion to $20 billion, which includes damage to homes and cars, and business lost because of the storm.”
Sandy has set a record-breaking surge, sending a 13-foot gush of seawater over New York Bay.
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