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Some Rough Days Ahead

October 27, 2012; 1:45 AM ET

Sandy is going to put a hurting on a large part of the U. S. over the next several days. If you're fortunate enough to be only brushed or completely missed by the storm, consider yourself fortunate. For what it's worth, across the South the weather looks very quiet for several days once Sandy gets out of the way.

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